a reasonable forerunner wherein a verdict is reliant upon or a scientific forerunner wherein an occurrence or condition is reliant upon. These stipulations are frequently marked as being required or adequate. A required stipulation is one without which the concept wouldn't reasonably come after or the occurrence would not take place. An adequate stipulation is one that specifically includes a certain verdict or that has the influence to create a certain occurrence despite other stipulations. 2. verb. to instill a reaction or function in a living being by way of Pavlovian conditioning, operant conditioning, or other methods derived from behaviorism.
CONDITION 1: "They agreed to condition the child to sooth himself back to sleep."