4.3 Definition of Derived Stimulus Relation

derived stimulus relation is a relation between two or more stimuli that is not directly trained or taught and is not based solely on the physical properties of the stimuli. “Physical properties” just means the way a stimulus looks, sounds, smells, feels, or tastes.

A diagram illustrating the Definition of Derived Stimulus Relation through a training and testing process.
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