General Course Objectives
It is currently well known that spontaneous activity is a major characteristic of neural tissue. At an early age, the brain’s spontaneous activity is reflected in spontaneous movements. These movements drive development.
In this lecture, I will first address the development of the human nervous system. The brain’s development is a complex and long-lasting process. This offers challenges for early detection of developmental disorders and opportunities for early intervention.
Next, I will discuss typical and atypical motor development in the framework of the Neuronal Group Selection Theory. Key words are ‘variation’ and ‘adaptability’. Special attention will be paid to the development of postural control
- Changing concepts on brain function in the last decennia
- Development of the human nervous system
- Typical and atypical motor development in the light of the Neuronal Group Selection Theory
- Participants acquire insight in the changing concepts on brain function
- Participants acquire knowledge on the development of the human brain
- Participants acquire knowledge on typical and atypical motor development in the light of the Neuronal Group Selection Theory
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Typical and Atypical Motor Development in the Light of the Neuronal Group Selection Theory
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