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3V0917.01 Egocentricity and agent expression: very non-standard usage (7/27/80)

At the beach: On their return, Peggy informed me of an event that was
important to her(She has referred to it several times since, in nearly
the same verbal formulation): “Go to the beach the beach and fall in
the water, then somebody pick me up, Mommy.”

The egocentricity of this speech is striking. The first subject (I, Peggy)
is assumed. The second is, at first, only vaguely specified as
“somebody” – though Mommy is as well known to her as anybody else
in the world. (cf. talk by John Ross: egocentrality as a semantic


3V0918.01 Non standard sentence: [Toast. That feel better me.]

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3V0918.02 Self-classification: “I daughter.” (7/28/80)

Peggy confided to me thus that she was a daughter, sitting in my lap.
Over the next few days, she refined that self classification. Mimi is the
big daughter. Peggy is my little daughter.


Peggy Study, Panel P131

Themes: Language Development, Object Exploration, Social Interactions
Source: (Lawler); date: 7/27/1980

Text commentary: These clips show ??; Why important ??

P131A Talk with Cameraman, 15mb

P131B1 Toy People & Coins, 23mb

P131B2 Toy People & Blocks, 20mb

P131B3 Toy People & Objects, 12mb

P131C1 Blocks, 17mb

P131C2 Blocks, 13mb

P131D Snoopy Train, 15mb

P131E Standard Objects (?), 14mb

P131F Toy Animals, 15mb