What can be inferred from paragraph 3 about "the cognitive development of an infant in its first two years of life" as described by Piaget A. It is a sign of advanced development when an infant is able to control its urges to reach and grasp. B. Repeated practice reaching for and grasping objects results in important biological adaptations. C. Infants who spend large amounts of time in exciting environments have more difficulty in their intellectual development. D. An infant's development will be slower if it is not given the opportunity to reach for and hold objects.