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In this case, the taxonomic approach seemed completely appropriate. As farmers, the Kpelle are frequently called upon to make such discriminations, and hence were comfortable adopting the taxonomic sorting strategy. In sum, tests based upon the anthropological metaphor need to be tailored, not just translated or adjusted, to the culture in which the testing is taking place. Tests based upon the internally-oriented metaphors have been used with almost no modification across cultures, under the assumption that what they measure should be universal.
In each case, the METAPHORS OF MIND 33 subjects would have to solve the analogies as though the premise were true. The novel number matrices, used to measure coping with novelty in the quantitative domain, require subjects to complete number-matrix problems in which numerals and symbols that have been set equal to various n urn bers are freely interchanged. The figural coping with novelty task requires solving figural series in which the series show a discontin uity in the middle, and the subject must infer how to extrapolate from the first domain in the series to the second.