Butterworth G, Henty C, 1991, "Origins of the proprioceptive function of vision: visual control of posture in one day old domestic chicks" Perception 20(3) 381 – 386
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Origins of the proprioceptive function of vision: visual control of posture in one day old domestic chicks
George Butterworth, Cliff Henty
Received 8 November 1990, in revised form 21 February 1991
Abstract. Recently hatched domestic chicks control their upright bipedal posture, at least in part, with respect to the flow of visual information at the retina, as do human infants when they first acquire control of the head, of sitting, and of standing. Some implications of the similarity of the proprioceptive function of vision in chicks and in humans for the origins and development of postural control are discussed.
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