Working paper, Issue 9
Cognitive Anthropology Research Group, Max Planck Institut für Psycholinguistik (Nijmegen, Netherlands)
Cognitive Anthropology Research Group, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, 1991 - Psychology
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2nd World amin anthropologist bamboo canes bush C-drawers census center of sorcery central axis clan were situated cognitive maps compound creator figure Morap cultural D-group Daldal Downs/Stea drawing person drawn maps dwelling houses enclosed environment externalise fence fenced-in FINISTERRE RANGE fixed points G-string garden groups hamlets inhabitants of Gua Jalap Kewiefi kokop Kpelle lack outside"-experience living areas Madang main room marked mbema men's house proper mental image middle level models mountain crests Nankina neighbouring numbers orientation Papua New Guinea path patrilinear clans patrol officer photograph present-day Yupno RANGE OF PAPUA related clans representation river Yupno Saidor sak yut schoolchildren E-group settlement structure Siegel spatial elements spatial knowledge spatial relations spatial thinking stones system of reference Teptep territory three-layered world topmost level topographical tree tributary rivers unschooled children upper place upper Yupno village Gua washed ashore whole world picture younger Yupno yumakon Yupno river Yupno valley Yupno villages Yupno world