15.51 Example: Avoiding Anxiety Part 2

The Dark Side of Language

And thanks to the bidirectionality of verbal relations, if we avoid something, we are likely to derive the relation that it is dangerous.

A dangerous lion and snake to avoid.

The dominance of verbal relations

Bidirectional transformation of stimulus functions

Rampant rule following

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