12.15 Transformed Stimulus Functions for Sugar

In the context of making this meal, we might say that salt has “approach” or “use” functions. The boy is likely to look for and use salt in this context. And based on the relation he learned from his sister, he will be likely to avoid and not use sugar in this context. The stimulus functions of sugar in this context have been transformed based on its relation to salt.

A diagram depicting the various types of sugar.
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