6.3 Derived Stimulus Relations as Learned Behavior

RFT considers deriving stimulus relations to be learned behavior and tries to account for the kinds of experiences that might give rise to such behavior. The concept of relational frame is used to characterize how deriving stimulus relations could be learned behavior.

A diagram depicting the symbolic relationship between a fox and a mouse.
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