10.5 Arbitrarily Applicable Mutual Entailment

In arbitrarily applicable relational responding, the type of relation is specified by contextual cues rather than just the physical properties of the stimuli. In the presence of those contextual cues, some set of mutually entailed relational responses is likely to be reinforced.

A diagram of a triangle with blue and red colors.
Three triangles with the words "bigger than" green and blue.
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