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How should intelligence be characterized in the infant?

(from the introduction) [argue that perception, action, and cognition] are tightly and reciprocally related to one another / explore this relation by examining intermodal perception, which illustrates perceptual relations involving a cognitive activity, and categorization, which exemplifies a cognitive activity that is highly influenced by perceptual context /// [contend] that despite the fact that Francophone developmental psychology for a long time incorporated a certain reticence toward data that did not fit the Piagetian framework, studies from French researchers clearly demonstrate that intelligent activity occurs before the Piagetian starting point of coordination of sensorimotor schemes (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)