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Timothy W. Cacciatore, Patrick M. Johnson and Rajal G. Cohen

acceleration. Compliant Adaptation As compliant adaptation causes changes in body posture that persist after the applied forces are removed, the feedback loops for yielding must converge on the tonogenic brain areas to change the set point of tone. Compliant tone regulation occurs through lengthening and

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David I. Anderson

, experiments in which prelocomotor infants were given 15 days of experience in a PMD have revealed significant improvements in visual–postural coupling ( Uchiyama et al., 2008 ) and greater heart-rate acceleration (indicative of wariness) when infants were lowered toward a drop-off ( Dahl et al., 2013