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2. ROLE OF FUNCTION IN IMMATURE SENSORY SYSTEMS The investigative question of great practical and theoretical significance is whether the spontaneous or evoked firing of cells in each system at its functional inception plays a facilitative or determinative role in the subsequent maturation of that system and, secondly, whether function in one system can affect the maturation of another system. In seeking an answer to these questions, we must distinguish sharply between studies that allow a clear statement about the positive constructive role of function during the maturation process itself from studies which deal primarily with the maintenance or preservation of an already mature system.
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