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You may see certain similarities here between the points he raises and the ideas on construing discussed in chapters 1 and 2. For instance, Foss states: 'Probably from birth, infants are able ••• to categorize various colours; so they probably have a category for 'red moving objects'. If you substitute the word 'construe' for 'categorize', you will have linked the efforts of the infant to make sense of its world with the theoretical system of Kelly's psychology of personal constructs. Piaget used very similar ideas, and following Foss's contribution I elaborate on these and discuss their particular relevance to the work of the occupational therapist (pp.
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