MPI-PL Archive

Acq-C_G-Tama
Acquisition of COME & GO terms in Marquesan; the session shows an interaction between the researcher and the subject (8;0). The task is a replication of Danziger's Come & Go task (see 19XX); in this task there are four distinct locations with toy objects and toy animals at four different locations on a table; the subject and researcher have one location each and are facing each other; the other two locations are at either side of the table; three locations (subject, researcher and other) have a little enclosure where a toy animal lives; one location only consists of a drinking trough; researcher and subject choose an animal; the task is as follows: each animal is made to move in turn, once to the drinking trough and once to the other animals to visit each other; each move to a different location (other than the animal's own enclosure) is accompanied by a return journey to the animals own enclosure; the researcher moves the animals herself, but encourages the subject move its own animal; each animal is moved between each location; when moving the animal the researcher asks the subject whether the animal is COMING or GOING.
A-FA-He-El-29o
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between two children by performing the Farm Animals object-object matching task; each interaction is played with two players, one being the Director (=D) and one being the Matcher (M). Both players are seperated by a screen and gaze in the same direction. The Director has to explain an array of toy objects to the Matcher. The Matcher has to construct the array of objects by following the Director's instructions. The original task is a photo-object matching task; this sometimes showed to be leading to problems (due to the way the Director holds the photo) and the reference is not always clear. That is the reason why the researcher changed the task to an object-object matching task. the Director of the game is (8;1) and the Matcher (9;2); the surroundings are unfamiliar to the children; the session is recorded during the day; Director explains configuration 29oc; this configuration does not exist in the original Farm Animals game in Danziger & Hill (1993), but is designer by the researcher; gaze of direction is AROSS (direction Haákuti/Hakahau);
A-FA-Pi-Mar-2
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between two children by performing the Farm Animals photo-object matching task; the Director of the game is (6;2) and the Matcher (8;4); the surroundings are semi-familiar to the children; the session is recorded during the day; Director explain photo 2; gaze of direction is AROSS (direction Hakataó); Director confuses sea and ínland terms quite systematically: inland direction is 'tai' and seaward direction is 'uta'; later on after being corrected by by-standing children he uses a different strategy to infer where inland and seaward is;
Acq-C_G-Mars
Acquisition of COME & GO terms in Marquesan; the session shows an interaction between the researcher and the subject (8;0). The task is a replication of Danziger's Come & Go task (see 19XX); in this task there are four distinct locations with toy objects and toy animals at four different locations on a table; the subject and researcher have one location each and are facing each other; the other two locations are at either side of the table; three locations (subject, researcher and other) have a little enclosure where a toy animal lives; one location only consists of a drinking trough; researcher and subject choose an animal; the task is as follows: each animal is made to move in turn, once to the drinking trough and once to the other animals to visit each other; each move to a different location (other than the animal's own enclosure) is accompanied by a return journey to the animals own enclosure; the researcher moves the animals herself, but encourages the subject move its own animal; each animal is moved between each location; when moving the animal the researcher asks the subject whether the animal is COMING or GOING.
Acq-FA-Am-Pua-1
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between a mother and her 4-year-old son (4;0) by performing the Farm Animals photo-object task; in all interactions the mother is the Director, and the child the Matcher; the surroundings are familiar to the child (in his own home); the session is recorded at night; gaze of direction is ACROSS (in direction of the Haákuti valley); the location of recording is Hakamaíí; another child Anna (3;2) and her mother of are present; mother explain photo 1;
Acq-FA-Am-Pua-13
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between a mother and her 4-year-old son (4;0) by performing the Farm Animals photo-object task; in all interactions the mother is the Director, and the child the Matcher; the surroundings are familiar to the child (in his own home); the session is recorded at night; gaze of direction is ACROSS (in direction of the Haákuti valley); the location of recording is Hakamaíí; another child Anna (3;2) and her mother of are present; mother explain photo 13;
Acq-FA-E-V-2
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between a mother and her 5-year-old daughter (5;4) by performing the Farm Animals photo-object task; in all interactions the mother is the Director, and the child the Matcher; the surroundings are familiar to the child; the session is recorded at night; gaze of direction is ACROSS (in direction of the Hakataó valley); the location of recording is Hakamaíí; other children of the family are present and occasionally interact during the task; the mother explains photo 2 of the Farm Animals task
Acq-FA-E-V-1
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between a mother and her 5-year-old daughter (5;4) by performing the Farm Animals photo-object task; in all interactions the mother is the Director, and the child the Matcher; the surroundings are familiar to the child; the session is recorded at night; gaze of direction is ACROSS (in direction of the Hakataó valley); the location of recording is Hakamaíí; other children of the family are present and occasionally interact during the task; the mother explains photo 1 of the Farm Animals task
Acq-FA-A-Va-I
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between two children by performing the Farm Animals object-object matching task; each interaction is played with two players, one being the Director (=D) and one being the Matcher (M). Both players are seperated by a screen and gaze in the same direction. The Director has to explain an array of toy objects to the Matcher. The Matcher has to construct the array of objects by following the Director's instructions. The original task is a photo-object matching task; this sometimes showed to be leading to problems (due to the way the Director holds the photo) and the reference is not always clear. That is the reason why the researcher changed the task to an object-object matching task. The Director of the game is (4;2) and the Matcher (8;11); the surroundings are unfamiliar to the children; the session is recorded during the day; Director explains configuration I; this configuration does not exist in the original Farm Animals game in Danziger & Hill (1993), but is designer by the researcher; configuration I is as follow: a tree is in front of a fence, inside the fence is a pig facing inland, behind the fence is another pig looking seaward; gaze of direction is AROSS (direction Haákuti/ Hakahau);
Acq-FA-E-V-3
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between a mother and her 5-year-old daughter (5;4) by performing the Farm Animals photo-object task; in all interactions the mother is the Director, and the child the Matcher; the surroundings are familiar to the child; the session is recorded at night; gaze of direction is ACROSS (in direction of the Hakataó valley); the location of recording is Hakamaíí; other children of the family are present and occasionally interact during the task; the mother explains photo 3 of the Farm Animals task
Acq-FA-Am-Pua-8
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between a mother and her 4-year-old son (4;0) by performing the Farm Animals photo-object task; in all interactions the mother is the Director, and the child the Matcher; the surroundings are familiar to the child (in his own home); the session is recorded at night; gaze of direction is ACROSS (in direction of the Haákuti valley); the location of recording is Hakamaíí; another child Anna (3;2) and her mother of are present; mother explain photo 8;
Acq-FA-Am-Pua-7
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between a mother and her 4-year-old son (4;0) by performing the Farm Animals photo-object task; in all interactions the mother is the Director, and the child the Matcher; the surroundings are familiar to the child (in his own home); the session is recorded during the day; gaze of direction is ACROSS (in direction of the Haákuti valley); the location of recording is Hakamaíí; another child Anna (3;2) and her mother of are present; mother explain photo 7;
Acq-FA-A-Va-II
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between two children by performing the Farm Animals object-object matching task; each interaction is played with two players, one being the Director (=D) and one being the Matcher (M). Both players are seperated by a screen and gaze in the same direction. The Director has to explain an array of toy objects to the Matcher. The Matcher has to construct the array of objects by following the Director's instructions. The original task is a photo-object matching task; this sometimes showed to be leading to problems (due to the way the Director holds the photo) and the reference is not always clear. That is the reason why the researcher changed the task to an object-object matching task. The Director of the game is (4;2) and the Matcher (8;11); the surroundings are unfamiliar to the children; the session is recorded during the day; Director explains configuration I; this configuration does not exist in the original Farm Animals game in Danziger & Hill (1993), but is designer by the researcher; configuration II is as follow: in the front is a row in which a tree is placed in seaward direction, inland of the tree is a cylinder object and a pig, facing inland, is inland of that cylinder object; a car is behind a tree facing in Hakahau direction. Gaze of direction is AROSS (direction Haákuti/ Hakahau);
A-FA-Ap-Hi-28o
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between two children by performing the Farm Animals object-object matching task; each interaction is played with two players, one being the Director (=D) and one being the Matcher (M). Both players are seperated by a screen and gaze in the same direction. The Director has to explain an array of toy objects to the Matcher. The Matcher has to construct the array of objects by following the Director's instructions. The original task is a photo-object matching task; this sometimes showed to be leading to problems (due to the way the Director holds the photo) and the reference is not always clear. That is the reason why the researcher changed the task to an object-object matching task. the Director of the game is (7;1) and the Matcher (8;1); the surroundings are unfamiliar to the children; the session is recorded during the day; Director explains configuration 28oc; this configuration does not exist in the original Farm Animals game in Danziger & Hill (1993), but is designer by the researcher; gaze of direction is AROSS (direction Haákuti/Hakahau);
Acq-FA-E-V-18
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between a mother and her 5-year-old daughter (5;4) by performing the Farm Animals photo-object task; in all interactions the mother is the Director, and the child the Matcher; the surroundings are familiar to the child; the session is recorded at night; gaze of direction is ACROSS (in direction of the Hakataó valley); the location of recording is Hakamaíí; other children of the family are present and occasionally interact during the task; the mother explains photo 18 of the Farm Animals task
A-FA-Hi-Mar-2
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between two children by performing the Farm Animals photo-object matching task; the Director of the game is (7;2) and the Matcher (8;4); the surroundings are semi-familiar to the children; the session is recorded during the day; Director explains photo 2; gaze of direction is AROSS (direction Hakataó); another child is interfering in the interaction;
A-FA-Pi-Mar-1
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between two children by performing the Farm Animals photo-object matching task; the Director of the game is (6;2) and the Matcher (8;4); the surroundings are semi-familiar to the children; the session is recorded during the day; Director explains photo 1; gaze of direction is AROSS (direction Hakataó); Director confuses sea and ínland terms quite systematically: inland direction is 'tai' and seaward direction is 'uta'; later on after being corrected by by-standing children he uses a different strategy to infer where inland and seaward is; in this session the director gets an array of real objects because he was moving around too much with the photo in the hand (unreliable description and difficult to analyse); despite the real objects for the director, he explains the internal array correctly, but the position of his objects do not correspond to his descriptions!
A-FA-Hel-Pi-6
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between two children by performing the Farm Animals photo-object matching task; the Director of the game is (7;6) and the Matcher (6;2); the surroundings are semi-familiar to the children; the session is recorded during the day; Director explains photo 6; gaze of direction is AROSS (direction Hakataó);
Acq-FA-E-V-8
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between a mother and her 5-year-old daughter (5;4) by performing the Farm Animals photo-object task; in all interactions the mother is the Director, and the child the Matcher; the surroundings are familiar to the child; the session is recorded at night; gaze of direction is ACROSS (in direction of the Hakataó valley); the location of recording is Hakamaíí; other children of the family are present and occasionally interact during the task; the mother explains photo 8 of the Farm Animals task
A-FA-Hel-Ma-5
Acquisition of spatial terms in Marquesan; the session shows the interaction between two children by performing the Farm Animals photo-object matching task; the Director of the game is (8;4) and the Matcher (7;6); the surroundings are semi-familiar to the children; the session is recorded during the day; Director explain photo 4; gaze of direction is AROSS (direction Hakataó);