Proprioceptive, vestibular, and tactile input are critical for sensory-motor development. An individual receives sensory information and integrates it with motor systems to manage head, torso and limbs in space against gravity for a specific task. Movement is learned. Experience is the sculptor of the brain to solidify connections. Individuals learn movement and postural adjustments through sensory feedback.
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