12.25 Transformation of Functions is Part of the Relational Response

In each of these cases, the way the functions of the stimuli are transformed is part of the relational response specified by the contextual cues. This phenomenon has been demonstrated many times in the laboratory with arbitrary stimuli like these. Now let’s look at some examples that don’t involve random squiggles.

A diagram displaying the various arrows in RFT1225 Transformation of Functions.
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