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A method of retraining brain-injured children who have suffered disruption of sensory-motor functions by guiding them through developmental sequences of behaviour, starting with early behavioural patterns such as crawling, the object being to enable undamaged brain tissue to take over the functions previously controlled by tissue that has become non-functional.

Subjects: Psychology.

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