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Unformatted text preview: ppts probably think they’re part of the scene they’re supposed to replicate   That is, this is an intrinsic reasoning task—ppts have to recreate the same spatial arrangement when it’s moved/rotated through space   So maybe all Li and Gleitman showed is that English speakers can use either relative or intrinsic frames of reference (both of which are used in English) Kissing ducks, again   90° rotation pulls apart intrinsic and absolute # N Kissing ducks, again—results   Responses are mostly intrinsic, not absolute Interim summary   People produce more variable responses when the task gets too easy, and they start second ­guessing the instructions   When the task is hard, they behave in line with their native language   Dutch speakers (and probably English spea...
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