“in normal psychomotor development, the sensation of gravity and bodily verticalisation plays a key role in acquiring the transversal axes (‘‘up’’-‘‘down’’) (e.g., Elk & Blanke, 2011; Mazeau, 2005; Paillard, 1991; Puche-Navarro & Millan, 2007).” Automated walking (approximately appearing at 18 months) becomes a precondition for the mastery of the frontal axes (‘‘front’’-‘‘back’’) Iossifova, R., & Marmolejo-Ramos, F. (2013). When the body is time: Spatial and temporal deixis in children with visual impairments and sighted children. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(7), 2173–2184.

“in normal psychomotor development, the sensation of gravity and bodily verticalisation plays a key role in acquiring the transversal axes (‘‘up’’-‘‘down’’) (e.g., Elk & Blanke, 2011; Mazeau, 2005; Paillard, 1991; Puche-Navarro & Millan, 2007).”
 
Automated walking (approximately appearing at 18 months) becomes a precondition for the mastery of the frontal axes (‘‘front’’-‘‘back’’)
 
Iossifova, R., & Marmolejo-Ramos, F. (2013). When the body is time: Spatial and temporal deixis in children with visual impairments and sighted children. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(7), 2173–2184.

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