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Contours of time: Topographic construals of past, present, and future in the Yupno valley of Papua New Guinea
Time, an everyday yet fundamentally abstract domain, is conceptualized in terms of space throughout the world's cultures. Linguists and psychologists have presented evidence of a widespread patternExpand
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Balinese spatial orientation : Some empirical evidence of moderate linguistic relativity
Par le biais d'observations ethnographiques et psychologiques combinees, cet article explore la complexite du systeme d'orientation spatial geocentrique balinais, son adaptation aux contextesExpand
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Number Concepts without Number Lines in an Indigenous Group of Papua New Guinea
Background The generic concept of number line, which maps numbers to unidimensional space, is a fundamental concept in mathematics, but its cognitive origins are uncertain. Two defining criteria ofExpand
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Développement du langage et de la cognition spatiale géocentrique
D’apres la psychologie occidentale, l’enfant construit des concepts spatiaux egocentriques avant les concepts geocentriques. Dans une etude interculturelle comparative, portant sur 1 143 enfants âgesExpand
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Person, Space, and Memory: Why Anthropology Needs Cognitive Science and Human Geography
Among the Iatmul of the Sepik River in Papua New Guinea, conflicts over the rightful possession of cosmologically significant names are decided by having the opponents and their supporters meet nearExpand
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Correction: Number Concepts without Number Lines in an Indigenous Group of Papua New Guinea
Supplementary Figures 1 and 2 were incorrectly switched. The image currently appearing as Supplementary Figure 1 belongs with the title and legend for Supplementary Figure 2, and the image currentlyExpand