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August 1975

Oral Sensation and Perception: Development in the Fetus and Infant

Arch Otolaryngol. 1975;101(8):523. doi:10.1001/archotol.1975.00780370065023

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Abstract

The proceedings of the Fourth Symposium on Oral Sensation and Perception held at the National Institutes of Health in 1972 are presented in this volume together with ensuing discussions of development of the fetus and infant. Topics presented during the conference are included in the following chapters: "The Migratory Behavior of Neural Crest Cells"; "The Expanded Role of the Neural Crest and Oral and Pharyngeal Development"; "Development of the Trigeminal Ganglion"; "The Cytology and Ultrastructure of Sensory Receptors in the Adult and Newborn Primate Tongue"; "Morphologic Zones of the Human Fetal Lip Margin"; "Non-nutritive Sucking in Great Ape and Human Newborns"; "Some Phylogenetic and Ontogenetic Characteristics"; "Reflexive and Operant Aspects of Sucking Behavior in Early Infancy"; "Sucking as an Index of Mother-Child Interaction"; "Importance of Pharyngeal Feedback on the Integration of Reflex Deglutition in Newborn Animals"; "Investigations of Taste Function and Swallowing in Fetal Sheep"; "Neurophysiological Mechanisms Related to Reflex

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