Peggy Study, Panel P099 Themes: Language Development, Object Exploration, Social Interactions Source: (Lawler); date: 12/17/1979 Title: Text commentary: These clips show ??; Why important ?? P99A Christmas Tree, 8mb P99B1 Play with Miriam, 23mb P99B2 Play with Miriam, 23mb P99C Standard Objects, 25mb P99D Building Blocks, 24mb P99E1 Dapper Dan, 7mb P99E2 Writing/Drawing, 8mb P99F1 …

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3V0699.02 [hat…water…drop]; [li-len run…puppy running too] (comments on book pictures). (ca. 12/22/79 ) Looking at another picture in London Bridge, Peggy said, “hat…water…drop.” (a man is leaning over the balustrade of new London Bridge, looking down at the hat he has dropped.” Looking at the Brittanica book “words.” “li-len (lion)” “run… puppy running too.” (to …

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3V0699.01 Peggy’s first arch. (12/22/79) During many experiments, Peggy has played with the blocks shown in this picture, has even been shown an arch (in P??) — but she exhibited little interest in the blocks except as objects to pile and kick over. At the end of P99, Peggy took these blocks and piled them …

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3V0697.01 [nice bear]: feeling is first ! good example for raising issues in the further-specification model. (12/20/79) Peggy has been using the term “nice” very frequently both as an expression of her feeling about something and her request for concurrence. For example, in P99 or P98, after drawing on a piece of paper, she asked …

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3V0696.01 [run…running]: effect of variant form in parent expression; interpreted by Peggy as correction. (12/19/79) Peter Spier’s “London Bridge is Falling Down” is one of Peggy’s favorite books. She really likes the page on which is “Iron and steel will bend and bow.” Inevitably she points to the figure in the middle. “Run.” (Gretchen responds:) …

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3V0695.01 Non-standard nouns [all+/i/] (12/18/79) 12/18 truck…truckie. 12/20 sock… sockie (previously “soxie”) Gretchen.