Remembrances of times East: absolute spatial representations of time in an Australian aboriginal community.
Psychol Sci. 2010 Nov; 21(11):1635-9
How do people spatially represent a sequence of events in time? Western, English-speaking people, when presented with a sequence of pictures depicting a temporal progression of events (such as cards depicting images of a person at different ages), always arrange those pictures in space from left to right. In this elegant study by...
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