This then is our picture of the fetus. He does not live in a padded, unchanging cocoon in a state of total sensory deprivation, but in a plastic, reactive structure which buffers and filters, perhaps distorts, but does not eliminate the outside world. Nor is the fetus itself inert and stuporose, but active and responsive.
Dr. A W Liley, known as the Father of Fetology
A W Liley “The Feotus As a Personality” in Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, volume 6 number two (June 1972) 99 – 100
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