From the results, it is evident that children tend to stick to beliefs as their ages increase and younger ones are interested in exploring while the elder ones are interested in choosing the easier one that could make their task easier, too. The task preference as projected in the table 2 of research study also showed that very less people choose the harder category between the ages 13 and 15 while the less ages choose harder problems. On the whole, the results proved that the intelligence level is high when the age is less. As they progress, the control factor comes into picture and takes a larger place to influence the decision. Hence, this control factor is the one to influence the effort as well. The efforts decrease with an increase in age among the children. This is as per the revelations from the mindset scale. Growth mindset is visible predominantly among the younger minds because they have the aspirations and the brain behaviour is fresh to execute better and tougher things. The aspect of creativity is high.
The scope for brain building activities reduces as the brain gets less time to boost itself with more responsibilities and requirements. Brain boosters are present in enormous amounts among the young minds which are the main reason for them to decode tougher tasks and infuse fresh into the memory (Ricci, 2013). However, it is to be appreciated that all the ages have initiated and decided to explore the problem rather than the denial and this shows their mindset for open and continuous learning. The exposure to risk is handled at younger ages. When the age progresses, children are reluctant to handle risks and hence go forward towards the easier path. This is actually a progressive way of handling things. Still, it becomes a problem with learning. When they tend to omit the difficult ones and continue with their fixed mindsets, they will not be able to handle stressful and challenging environments in their future and it will certain be tedious for them as the brain will be lacking boosters.