Juan José Rahona López

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The notion of a mental time-line (i.e., past corresponds to left and future corresponds to right) supports the conceptual metaphor view assuming that abstract concepts like “time” are grounded in cognitively more accessible concepts like “space.” In five experiments, we further investigated the relationship between temporal and spatial representations and(More)
There are numerous findings in the literature supporting an association between bodily states and other cognitive and social processes. For example, Glenberg and Kaschak (2003) found that verbs with a movement component (e.g., give) are faster recognized when participants perform a congruent movement (extending an arm) than an incongruent one (flexing an(More)
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