By Piaget Jean
First released in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.
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From the point of view which interests us here, such behavior patterns precede by several weeks the object construction of the fourth stage, but they lead to it little by little. Thus at o;8 (1) Laurent with one hand low ers a cushion masking the lower half of a box which I offer him and grasps the box with the other. At o;8 (8) he goes so far as to lean forward in order to see his bear for a longer time, as I make it disappear behind the cushion, etc. But we shall see presently that during this period of transition (until about 059), the child always behaves as though the object which has disappeared altogether from his perceptual field no longer exists (see obs.
Thus at 057 (11) I am playing with Laurent when his mother appears above him. After she disappears, he throws his head back in order to find her again. He catches sight of her just as she is leaving the room (before he hears the sound of the door). Then he returns to me but always turns around again to see if his mother is still there. However commonplace these facts may be they are important in forming object concept. T h ey show us that the beginnings of permanance attributed to images perceived arise from the child’s action in movements of accommodation.
He manages to follow the beginning of the trajectory, then loses sight of the mov ing object; then he abruptly turns his head and turns it back again 50 centimeters farther. Then I make the object describe the reverse trajectory and he searches for it a moment without recovering it, then gives up. In the following days the reaction becomes more definite and Lau rent rediscovers the object in any direction whatever. Same observa tion at o;6 (30), at o;j (15), at o;j (29), etc. This capacity for rediscovering the object by following its trajec tory develops in Laurent as did the memory of positions in Lu cienne (obs.