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ERIC Number: EJ143347
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1976
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The Relative Efficacy of Vestibular-Proprioceptive Stimulation and the Upright Position in Enhancing Visual Pursuit in Neonates
Gregg, Claudette L.; And Others
Child Development, 47, 2, 309-314, Jun 76
Forty-eight neonates were randomly assigned to view a moving stimulus either in the horizontal or the upright position, with or without added vestibular stimulation and with or without pacifier sucking. Results indicate that vestibular proprioceptive stimulation, provided horizontally or semi-vertically, significantly enhanced visual tracking. Pacifier sucking also improved performance. (Author/SB)
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