13.5 Many Cues Are Words or Phrases

Many contextual cues are written or spoken words or phrases. This list, for example, uses words and phrases that commonly serve as contextual cues to specify relations between stimuli.

A is the same as B

A is the opposite of B

A is different from B

A is better than B

A is the cause of B

A is less than B

A is far from B

A happened before B

A is part of B

A is above B

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