11.8 Combinatorial Entailment Example Part 6

When combined, these contextual cues provide a context in which a set of combinatorially entailed relational responses to the green triangle and the red triangle is likely to be reinforced. The combinatorially entailed and the mutually entailed relational responses likely to be reinforced in this context are all components of the larger pattern of relational responding we lovingly call a relational frame.

A set of triangles with the words red, blue, and green, showcasing combinatorial entailment.
A diagram illustrating the comparison of a larger and smaller triangle.
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