7.32 Arbitrary Relations Example: Coins

It is arbitrary, for example, that Americans assign a bigger value to dimes than nickels, even though dimes are physically smaller than nickels. Understanding that this type of relational responding can be arbitrarily applied gives us a complete definition of a relational frame…

The logo for the five cents of the United States. (Coins)
nickel = 5¢
United States of America dime logo.
dime = 10¢
One-sentence description: The United States of America quarter dollar logo representing coins.
quarter = 25¢
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