13.9 Contextual Cues Example: Bigger/Smaller

For example, when this father was providing multiple exemplar training on the relation of bigger/smaller to his son, certain contextual cues were often present. Phrases like is bigger and is smaller were often used. Eventually, the son learned that in the presence of these contextual cues, a certain type of relational response is likely to be reinforced…

Comparing sizes: horse vs turtle.
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