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[Toddlers Regulate Their Behavior To Avoid Making Adults Angry]
There is something inside. You see what’s inside the box and take the lid off. Is there something in there? There is a green cone. You can put back inside the box and put the lid back on the box, close it up. Can I see that? Thank you. Let see what else we have. Look at this, see, look at this, there.
Hi Teresa, I’m going to sit here and read a magazine.
Okay. That’s Kelly. Kelly is going to sit there and read a magazine.
Kelly, look at this.
That’s aggravating, that’s so annoying!
Oh, I thought it was really interesting.
Well, that’s just your opinion, it’s aggravating!
Child given 20-sec to play.
Can I see that? Thank you.
I’m going to go now Teresa.
Kelly is going bye, bye. Kelly went, bye, bye.
Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences, University of Washington.
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