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Jill Whitall, Nadja Schott, Leah E. Robinson, Farid Bardid and Jane E. Clark

researchers went further and built equations of motion from physical models to test in a developmental context. One example of this approach is a study on infants bouncing in a baby bouncer where the discovery of the ability to use the properties of the spring was described ( Goldfield, Kay, & Warren, 1993

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Nancy Getchell, Nadja Schott and Ali Brian

systems theory (DST) emerged as a framework for empirical studies in motor development in the 1980s (e.g.,  Kugler, Kelso, & Turvey, 1982 ). Those who adopted a DST framework modelled behavior as complex dynamical systems and identified non-linear equations of motion associated with development. A DST