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Equivalence class formation as a function of the pronounceability of the sample stimulus.
On word-pseudoword trials, the targets were formed by replacing letters (only vowels) of words while maintaining pronounceability (see Appendix IX).
One study used sample stimuli that the participants could pronounce and found that responding in accord with equivalence varied as function of pronounceability (Mandell & Sheen, 1994).