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object is presented on the other side of the table and the child is again allowed to reach for, grasp, and explore the object. This is repeated for a set of familiarization trials. Both objects are then placed in separate opaque buckets on either side of the table. The experi- menter looks into one bucket and says “Modi!” The object from the other bucket is then taken out and placed on its side of the table. It is removed after the child examines it, and the other object is placed on the table. After examination, this item is also removed. Both objects are then placed on a tray on the center of the table. The tray is pushed toward the child, and the experimenter asks, “Can you get me the modi?” Children retrieve the object that was in the bucket the experimenter was looking in when she said the novel word 0.70 of the time. Baldwin interpreted this result as suggesting children understood the pragmatic use of eye gaze as an intentional cue
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