Neurons in the brain form cohesive decision groups by joining through pathways during any decision making process. The number of neurons that join must be optimal for any decision to be properly made. If more neurons than required join, then the mind may start thinking in tangential direction. If fewer neurons than needed join, then the decision making process may not get done properly.
Which of the following can be drawn on the basis of the information provided in the passage?
A. The optimal number of neurons that an individual needs to make a specific decision can be estimated by monitoring his brain during numerous decision making processes.
B. As the total number of neurons in the brains start to decline after 30 years of age, the decision making capability of an individual also declines.
C. People learn from experience the number of neurons that are optimal for making a particular kind of decision.
D. Its better to have more neurons than to have fewer.
E. Physical proximity defines the neurons that join to form cohesive decision groups during the decision making process.