13.6 Sample Contextual Cues

But virtually any feature of the event or environment can serve as a contextual cue for relational responding. In many cases, multiple contextual cues are needed or used to evoke the appropriate relational response.

Sample Contextual Cues
Specific words or phrases
Speaker’s tone of voice
Form or structure of a sentence
Juxtaposition of objects and words
Pointing at something
Looking at something
Spatial arrangement of words on written page
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