Bilingual Arabic 04

Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.daasm-4m.0406=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.nrbil-4m.0411=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.daekr-4m.0405=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.waekr-4m.0405=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.dahak-4m.0407=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.wahan-4m.0403=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.sahas-4m.0411=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.waikr-4m.0403=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.jeili-4m.0408=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.bakha-4m.0404=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.arlai-4m.0508=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.samoh-4m.0410=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.wamoh-4m.0410=CHI
In addition to Mayer's frog story, eight other cartoons were used to elicit short narratives.
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.jemoh-4m.0501=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.tamoh-4m.0500=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.damou-4m.0403=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.samus-4m.0403=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.wanah-4m.0408=CHI
Bos's original codes: ID: aar.arabbi.waoma-4m.0406=CHI
Bos's original codes: @ID: aar.arabbi.taous-4m.0405=CHI