3.29 RFT Focus on the Context of Language

As a functional contextual theory, Relational Frame Theory focuses on manipulable factors in our environment and learning histories to account for language and cognition. It is hoped that taking this contextual approach will lead to useful and important methods for predicting, changing, and influencing complex human behavior.

Functional Contextualism

Analytic GoalMethod
Prediction and influence of psychological eventsFocus on manipulable variables in the context of psychological events
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