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[학술대회자료]

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Han Ren(Yonsei Univ) Kwanghee Han(Yonsei Univ)

이 논문을 2019-06-15 에 이용했습니다.

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Spatiotemporal association has been revealed in a lot of studies. People tend to associate abstract concepts such as time with spatial metaphor for better understanding. Language one speaks may have huge influence on the spatiotemporal mapping. There are a lot of horizontal metaphors of time in many languages but not so many vertical terms. In Chinese words, there are some special ways of associating past with up, future with down. The current study focuses on the special mapping and aims at exploring whether the vertical terms in word brings according influences on mind. In the current study, time information is represented in two different directions on three axes – left-right, up-down, and front-back – and the reaction time of information memorizing tasks is collected and analyzed. The experiment result reveals an incongruent pattern with the hypothesis that Chinese speakers may think of time in a vertical way due to special vertical spatiotemporal mapping in language, and an unexpected new finding of an opposite association on left-right axis also brings new thinking and inspiration.

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