nodal

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no·dal

(nō'dăl),
Relating to any node.

nodal

(nōd′l)
adj.
Of, relating to, resembling, being, or situated near or at a node.

nod′al·ly adv.

nodal

[nō′dəl]
Etymology: L, nodus, knot
pertaining to a node, particularly the atrioventricular node.

no·dal

(nō'dăl)
Relating to any node.
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Consequently, the approach of Madden and Stynes leads to a discrete solution which is nodally exact except in a small neighbourhood of the corner (1, 0).
Critically, however, any transformation effect observed with the B-C relation could be explained by the facts that (i) B had already been reinforced as the correct discrimination when the B-C pair appeared in the presence of the happier-than contextual cue, and (ii) B was nodally adjacent to A, the selection of which was always reinforced.
Most participants showed the emergence of symmetrical relations between the unitary samples and the trained comparisons (C-AB), and all showed the emergence of transitive relations between the unitary sample stimuli and the nodally linked comparison (AB-D).
For instance, subjects chose the nonsense syllable that was nodally farthest from the nonsense syllable sample when the trial was presented with the shape that occasioned reinforcement for the choice of a comparison line that differed maximally in length from a sample line.