6.6 Relational Frames Are Patterns of Responding

Relational frames are performances or patterns of responding. Relational frames are not mental entities, brain structures, or “things” of any sort. But what kind of responding or performance does a relational frame represent? You’ll find out in the coming lessons.

Sometimes it can be tricky to remember that nouns can be used to describe behaviors or actions, and not just people, places, or things. To help you start thinking about the difference, drag each noun below into the category that best suits it.

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