Beneath, you’ll first find an index of the articles on RFT and related topics. You can click on the article you’d like to read. Further down, you’ll find a glossary of all the terms from Relational Frame Theory and related theories, written in bold. Click on a term to learn more about it. The links provide articles for the terms. This way, the glossary will continue to expand over time. Click here to go to the glossary directly.
Index on articles on RFT
Animism: A world hypothesis that posits the existence of a divinity. This world hypothesis is unsuitable for science.
Corroboration of Danda: to refute or confirm a claim or observation based on logical coherence.
Corroboration of Data: to refute or confirm a claim or observation based on measurements.
Formism: A world hypothesis that is based on unique forms sharing attributes. Unique forms can be categorized based on attributes. The DSM is an example of formism in psychology.
Mysticism: A world hypothesis which is based on the mystical experience: the feeling of being one with everything. This world hypothesis is unsuitable for science.
Truth Criterion: A criterion by which something is considered true. A truth criterion is associated with a world hypothesis. Something is considered true within a world hypothesis if it meets this criterion.
World Hypothesis: A global worldview with its own truth, also known as a truth criterion.