3V1171.01 Letter names versus Meanings: now even “the mommy letter” is blind coded.(4/7/81)
In the last experiment, P167, Peggy made a distinction I have observed otherwheres since. When asked the name of any letter, she would reply “D”, no matter what the letter was, no matter what meaning it had for her. For example, she called “G” “D” even though “G” means Gretchen. Where once she referred to it as “the Mommy letter,” she now attempts, albeit erroneously, to assign the culture’s “blind-coded” names.