4.6 Derived Stimulus Relation

You derived the relation that Chandler is also faster than Ross (and would thus win the race). We call this a derived stimulus relation because it was not directly taught, and it is not based solely on the physical properties of the stimuli.

A diagram illustrating the Derived Stimulus Relation of a program's flow.
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Very helpful example!

The way this makes sense is so gratifying. This example was so simple yet powerful

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