Linguistic relativity.

@article{Wolff2011LinguisticR,
  title={Linguistic relativity.},
  author={Phillip Wolff and Kevin J. Holmes},
  journal={Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Cognitive science},
  year={2011},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={253-265}
}
The central question in research on linguistic relativity, or the Whorfian hypothesis, is whether people who speak different languages think differently. The recent resurgence of research on this question can be attributed, in part, to new insights about the ways in which language might impact thought. We identify seven categories of hypotheses about the possible effects of language on thought across a wide range of domains, including motion, color, spatial relations, number, and false belief… CONTINUE READING

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