11.5 Combinatorial Entailment Example Part 3

The second set of contextual cues specifies a type of relation between the red triangle and the blue triangle. It provides a context in which a particular set of mutually entailed relational responses to the blue triangle and the red triangle is likely to be reinforced.

Two blue triangles.
A diagram of a blue triangle and a red triangle for RFT1105.
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