|By Jason Palmer, Science and technology reporter, BBC News, 19 May 2011. "An Amazonian tribe has no abstract concept of time, say researchers. The Amondawa lacks the linguistic structures that relate time and space - as in our idea of, for example, "working through the night". The study, in Language and Cognition, shows that while the Amondawa recognise events occuring in time, it does not exist as a separate concept."||
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- Social and linguistic construction of time intervals and temporal event relations in an Amazonian culture (Sinha et al. 2011)
- Mixing and Mapping: Motion, Path and Manner in Amondawa (Sampaio et al. 2009)
- Tribo amazônica desconhece conceito de tempo, diz estudo
- Estudo comparativo Parintintin (Tenharim) e Uru-eu-uau-uau (Sampaio 1998)