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Tracer research highlighted locally, nationally, and abroad

Tracer research highlighted locally, nationally, and abroad

A rather recent study from David Tracer, anthropology professor and chair of health and behavioral science, dissected whether crawling is really important after all. "There are many ways to get to walking," Tracer says. "Crawling turns out to be just one of them.”

Crawling: A New Evolutionary Trick?
Popular Science,
Nov 1

No need to crawl before you can walk? How crawling is a recent evolutionary invention
The Daily Mail (UK)
, Nov 2

Is crawling pivotal in a child's development?
9News
, Nov 4


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