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Development of Geocentric Spatial Language and Cognition: An Eco-cultural Perspective

Author(s) Pierre R. Dasen & Ramesh C. Mishra

2010, Cambridge University Press

  Click here to read an online review by Gustav Jahoda Egocentric spatial language uses coordinates in relation to our body to talk about small-scale space (‘put the knife on the right of the plate and the fork on the left’), while geocentric spatial language uses geographic coordinates (‘put the knife to the east, and…

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