14.10 Example of Non-Arbitrary Application Part 6

The child is arbitrarily applying a relational response to these dogs based on a non-arbitrary or physical property of the dogs. The basic issue is this: As humans learn to arbitrarily apply relational responses, even the non-arbitrary or physical features of our environment acquire new functions through their participation in relational frames.

An image of a non-arbitrary application demonstrating RFT1410, featuring a more popular and bigger bulldog.

arbitrarily applicable ≠ always arbitrarily applied

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