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First released in 2006. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.

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Severe emotional deprivation may drastically limit intellectual development, and, as everyone knows from experience, distaste for certain studies with some limitation in these areas, follows on unpleasant or uncongenial experiences in learning. So many possible influences on the level of thinking attained result inevitably in uneven development, as we see if we test anyone child in a wide range of concepts. Although much of his thinking may be at the level of concrete operations he may regress to intuitive or preconceptual thinking in unfamiliar fields of knowledge, or even if unfamiliar materials are introduced in testing.

The cigarette case then falls and she grasps it. ) In Piaget's terms she has put two objects into a relationship by fusing or assimilating their schemas to each other. 24 THE SENSORI-MOTOR PERIOD One schema (that of pulling strings) is now included in the other (grasping an object) so that a combined schema, 'pulling strings in order to grasp', has come into being or will do so if the action is repeated. New experiences are more fully explored than in the previous stage. Whereas in the third stage the infants tried all their schemas on each new object, in the fourth they use chance discoveries to explore actions performed on them: Obs.

Ability to see resemblances between actions, or situations, has already been developed in the sensori-motor schemas of later infancy-in balancing different suspended objects, obtaining various objects too distant to reach by dragging their supports or through imitation of other person's actions which leads the infant to recognize similarities between himself and others. From recognition of resemblances it is a short step to representative schemas. Language, however, may be essential to their further development for it replaces actions, and eventually verbal thought transcends action by its speed and flexibility.

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