Being In Front Is Good—But Where Is In Front? Preferences for Spatial Referencing Affect Evaluation

Cognitive Science 44 (6) (2020)

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Keywords Cross‐linguistic comparison  Frame of reference  Implicit association test  Spatial cognition  Valence
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DOI 10.1111/cogs.12840
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