intuitive stage

in·tu·i·tive stage

in psychology, a stage of development, usually 4-7 years of age, in which a child's thought processes are determined by the most prominent aspects of the stimuli to which the child is exposed, rather than by some form of logical thought.

in·tu·i·tive stage

(in-tū'i-tiv stāj)
psychology A stage of development, usually occurring between 4-7 years of age, in which the most prominent aspects of the stimuli to which a child is exposed, rather than any form of logical thought, determine the child's thought processes.