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Perceptual analysis is a version of what Karmiloff-Smith (1986) calls redescription of procedural information. Information gets recoded into a different format, and in the process some of the original information is lost. What we consciously attend to and store in a form that we can potentially think about involves a reduction and redescription of the huge amount of information provided by our sensory receptors and that is used to form perceptual categories. A great deal of the perceptual information that we process, from faces for example, is stored in procedural form, as illustrated by the fact that we readily learn such complex perceptual categories, but cannot state what the information is that we use.
Summary of Sect ion 3 . . Infants are good at selecting certain cues, out of all those that are available, to categorize things. Infants use visual cues from cats’ and dogs’ heads to categorize these kinds of animals. Older children can also categorize by using parts of objects, like wheels or legs, to distinguish between the ‘vehicle’ and ‘animal’ categories. It is not just static visual cues that infants use to categorize things: sounds and movement may also be used. 1 EARLY CATEGORY REPRESENTATIONS AND CONCEPTS 4 How do infants’ categories develop into mature concepts?
It is important to note that infants in these experiments were behaving in very similar ways to adults who are given similar tests. This suggests that quite sophisticated categorization abilities are operating effectively, even in young infants. e. as a single prototype or as a series of exemplars), there is also the disadvantage that the dot patterns lack the richness, multidimensional nature and complexity of the many different classes that infants experience in their everyday worlds. So it might be the case that infants do not categorize more realistic, life-like entities in the same way as they categorize the dot patterns.