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The set theoretical characteristics of the five distinguished set relations (identity, passive and active inclusion, disjunction, exclusion) are summarized in Table 1. Table I. Set characteristics of relations between corresponding transformand and transformate sets Name Symbol Common subset At! Trans/ormand specific subset A,m Trans/ormate specific subset A" Identity Passive inclusion Active inclusion Disjunction Exclusion A'm = A" A,m C A" A,m :l A" A,m C:l At< A,mI A" = A,m = A" A'm A" A'm 11 At< zero zero zero # zero # zero Arm zero # zero zero #zero A" It appears that one or two of the subsets may be empty.

In the case of relational transformations, the C sets of transformand and transformate are always identical. The L sets can show passive inclusion (additive relational transformation of type II), active inclusion (subtractive relational transformation of type IT), disjunction or exclusion (substitutive transformation of type II) or even identity (relational transformations of type I). This pattern is not merely mirrored in the case of componential transformation. Here, the C sets interrelate in the same way as the R sets do.

Therefore, after a number of purely theoretical sections the last section of this paper outlines the empirical basis for our theory and illustrates the mutual dependence of theory and praxis. Where this paper is much concerned with the structure and significance of certain stimulus complexes, it may be the starting point for a more general theory or theorizing of what can be called the informational structure of our (psychological) environment. 2. Basic concepts Guilford [1967] p. ' More explicitly: A transformation is the transition of a certain object in a certain state to another possible state of that same object.

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