13.17 Transforming All Stimulus Functions Example

For example, consider the word banana and an actual banana. For English speakers, these stimuli are in a frame of coordination with one another. They have a relation of sameness or equivalence. A banana has multiple stimulus functions, including perceptual functions of taste, shape, texture, size, and smell. But if the word banana were to acquire all of the stimulus functions of an actual banana, what would happen? Play the video to find out!

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