Control, Organization and Integration in Postural Adjustments
The theme of these two contributions is one of the most fundamental sensori-motor tasks in human development: holding the body upright while sitting or standing. The authors ask how control of these postures develops in infancy. Before discussing details of the work presented I would like to think a little bit about what “control” means in this context
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