Quote of the Day

Humans come with preadapted motor behaviors that are built into the central nervous system. But even reflexes, such as the sucking and grasp reflexes, are quickly modified by the infant’s experiences in the world. For the species’ survival, these early experiences open a dialogue between the newborn and its new stimulus-rich world. This dialogue provides a cycle of perception and action with consequences.  

                    - Kinesiologist Jane E. Clark  https://sph.umd.edu/people/jane-e-clark