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Transposition is found in cognitive psychology, particularly in learning experiments were subjects can react to the relationship between stimuli rather than to each stimulus on an individual basis. The Rebers give the example of subjects initially trained to choose a 4cm circle over a 3cm one. On a later test the choice is betwen a 4cm and a 5 cm one and they choose the 5cm circle transposing the rule 'larger than'
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- Reber, AS & Reber ES (1985) Dictionary of Psychology. Penguin. London.