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3V0603.1

3V0603.01 [cup…mama]: word catenation used to express an instantaneous relation that later becomes syntactically expressed. 9/17/79

Peggy sat in my lap while I sipped at my morning coffee. She has lately
been naming the containers from which I drink things, e.g. /kaen/ for a
beer can and /kuhp/ for such a one as she pointed out this morning.
After Peggy had just named my cup, Gretchen walked by carrying her
cup. Peggy commented [cup mama]. Thus, the sequence of words was
[cup (referring to mine)…(pause)… cup mama].

Importance: this is another example of word catenation used to express
an instantaneous relation that later becomes syntactically expressed.
The pragmatics clearly shows Peggy commenting on Gretchen’s
possession of the cup. That is, her intention and knowledge of
relations was clearly more specific and much further developed,
refined, than her means of expression.

3V0605.1

3V0605.01 [kiss]: kisses doll spontaneously; verbal self-direction 9/19/79

While I was working in the kitchen, Peggy walked by holding a doll. She
held it up , said “kiss” and kissed the doll. A week later (9/26) Peggy
repeated this with me, saying spontaneously [kiss] and leaning over to
kiss me. (text repeated in 3V0611.1). Gretchen.

P086

Peggy Study, Panel P086

Themes: Language Development, Object Exploration, Reading
Source: (Lawler); date: 9/17/1979

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



P86A1 Box Puzzle, 22mb


P86A2 Box Puzzle, 7mb


P86B Reading with GPL, 15mb


P86C Reading with Bob, 21mb


P86D1 Box Puzzle, 12mb


P86D2 Box Puzzle, 19mb


P86E1 Crib Panel Toy, 1mb


P86E2 Standard Objects, 25mb


P86E3 Standard Objects, 25mb