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By Ruth M. Beard

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140. Laurent at 0;10(2) in exammmg a case of shaving soap dropped it because it was hard and slippery. Struck by this phenomenon he attempted to reproduce it, exploring the new action of 'letting go''sometimes delicately opening his hand so that the case rolled along his fingers, sometimes turning his hand so that the case fell between his thumb and index finger, sometimes simply opening his hand so that the object fell'. However, he did not study the trajectory of the object but was interested solely in his own new action; so this new schema, in tum, became a means to an end.

It is as a result of such exploration that schemas become 'mobile', interco-ordinating in various ways to achieve different ends, or they may again dissociate to regroup in new combinations. New 'signs' now enable the child to foresee not only an event connected with his action, but also an independent event connected with the 'activity' of an object. Jacqueline at 0;9(16) (Obs. 133. Piaget, 1953a) recognizes the difference between the sound of a glass which contains the fruit juice she likes, and that of a bowl which contains a disliked soup.

During the day she went through the process again a number of times, although she was no longer in her cot; first she smiled (this indication of the representation symbol is to be noted), then threw herself back, turned on her side, put her hands over her face as if she held a pillow . . and remained motionless, with her eyes open, smiling quietly. The symbol was therefore established. ) 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.

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