Time: 3:00-3:15 Boy D’s older brother goes to his room and asks him to join the rest of the family. His father is planning to can pickles, so he explains that jars need to be sanitized first. Boy D brings jars and silently passes them to his dad. He does not show much emotion and replies with short phrases. His father asks him about school work. Boy D summarizes some activities that he did school, which includes dissecting animals. Then his older brother tells him about the biomedical program that is offered in school. Boy D listens, though does not make eyes contact. Instead, he juggles two balls and walks around the room. He asks his brothers for some feedback on his juggling. I feel like Boy D feels awkward because of my presence. Time: 3:15-3:30 Boy D is playing with his brothers. They are shooting each other with nerf guns. It is interesting that Boy D did not suggest to play neither did he suggest any additions to the game. Instead, he simply follows his brothers’ ideas. He engages in the games, but still acts very reserved. He moves around the house with a toy gun trying to shoot his brothers. Boy D prefers to be on the defense instead of attacking. He smiles from time to time and says short phrases to his brothers. He shoots his brother in the head and silently laughs. Then he continues playing with his brothers.
Time: 3:30-3:45 Boy D plays with his younger brother. He states, “Inaccuracy plus inaccuracy equals accuracy.” His brother asks him to repeat that, which Boy D does. Everyone remains confused until he explains that someone else said it. He then leaves to his room and closes the door. He did it
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