In the first period covered in the report we focused on the second main axis of the project. We initiated a set of studies targeting the i.) identification of logical primitives available early in development (e.g. operators that allow capturing disjunctive relations, operators for negation etc.), ii.) infants’ ability to represent possibilities (hypothesizing that the representing possible outcomes as a precondition of logical representation), iii.) infants’ ability to “navigate” into a problem-space with multiple, jointly exhaustive alternatives. Methodologically, these studies are diverse: some experiments required the development of specific testing paradigms (e.g. gaze contingent interactivity controlled by an eye tracker) some others used classical methods (e.g. looking time based analysis). The first results of these studies were already presented to the scientific community at conferences.