11.3 Combinatorial Entailment Example Part 1

For example, remember when you dragged these triangles into the boxes? You made this arbitrarily applicable relational response to them based on certain contextual cues to do so. The contextual cues specify two types of relations among these stimuli. Combined, these two relations specify or entail a third type of relation among the stimuli.

A set of triangles with the words red, blue, and green, showcasing combinatorial entailment.
A diagram of a triangle with blue and red colors.
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