翻訳お願いします。 In McDaniel and McKee's study, the crossover and conjunctive pronoun questions were investigated using a different experimental technique Niek. In this study, children were asked to judge the appropriateness of certain answers to both types of questions. In each trial, one experimenter acted out a story. I saw two dolls (played by the second experimenter) and a child. After the story, the first doll asked her second doll about what happened. The second doll replied that she was always true. However, sometimes the second doll's response was appropriate. question, and she may not. It was her job to decide whether or not she was a child. Your reply was not appropriate. The key he-chill contrasts in the experiment were the following he-type questions and answers he-dren's answers to he-pairs: (7) binding pronouns Question: Who said under the blanket? Answer: He did. (8) Crossover Question: Who did he say he was under the blanket? * Answer: He did and did.