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By Steven C. Hayes, Kirk D. Strosahl, Kelly G. Wilson

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Formative augmentals establish some new event as an important consequence. Suppose, for example, you are told for the first time that bon in French is the same as bueno in Spanish, and that bueno in Spanish is the same as bra in Swedish, and that bra in Swedish is the same as good in English. If good already functions as a reinforcer, this rule alone may make it possible to teach new skills by consequating appropriate performances with bon, bueno, or bra. , Hayes, Devany, Kohlenberg, Brownstein, & Shelby, 1987; Hayes, Kohlenberg, & Hayes, 1991).

If the person stands somewhere else, the angle and field of view would change. Here is the first question: Can you avoid first standing somewhere in order to look? It seems that you cannot. If you stand here or there, you are standing here or there. If you straddled both positions, as a person might if one foot was here and one there, the resulting view would be a third view (in between here and there), not a summary of here and there. In the same way, we have to stand on our assumptions to look at the world, and we cannot avoid having only a limited set of assumptions.

For example, some contextualists seek a personal appreciation of the whole by an examination of its participants. They are like historians, wanting to appreciate a unique historical event by examining closely all the strands that make up the whole story. , see Rosnow & Georgoudi, 1986; Sarbin, 1986), which we have termed “descriptive contextualism” (Hayes, 1993). The Goals of Functional Contextualism In contrast, functional contextualists have an intensely practical goal for analysis: the prediction and influence of events as an integrated goal.

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