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Provide several examples of how motor development influences infants' social experiences. How do social experiences, in turn, influence motor development?
the infant’s developing control of the head. Gross motor actions include the movement of large limbs or the whole body, as in walking. Fine motor behaviors include the use of fingers to grasp and manipulate objects. [ Motor behaviors such as reaching, touching, and grasping are forms of exploratory activity (Adolph 1997). ]
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