15.34 Rules and Contingency-Shaped Behavior

Now let’s look at rules from an RFT perspective. Some human behavior is shaped by our direct exposure to the consequences and contingencies in our environment. Psychologists call this contingency-shaped behavior.

Common Language Units

Metaphors and Analogies

Problem Solving


The Dark Side of Language

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