Individuals possess functional maps of the body that enable them to use their hands to localize targets positioned on the skin. These functional maps have great adaptive value. They enable individuals to engage in self-feeding and remove stimuli from the body, and they may also contribute to a sense of self (Amsterdam, 1972). Page 26 of the CELT Research Abstract Booklet. This project was submitted for presentation at the 2017 Conference for the Society of Research in Child Development.