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generalize

verb assume, conclude, deal in generaliiies, discuss in the abstract, draw inferences, generatim, hypothesize, ignore distinctions, loqui, make a generalizaaion, suppose, surmise, theorize, universalize, universe
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Generalizable model performances were assessed, and the "best" models were selected, using a 10-fold cross-validation (CV) method (Hastie et al.
With a primary goal to advance the science of nursing education, generalizable samples that include diverse participants from more than one site are important.
Most research of this type is not based on large, generalizable samples, but instead is based on in-depth explorations with smaller, more purposefully selected samples.
The findings of GAO's survey are generalizable to all nurse executives; however, findings from the focus groups at the eight VAMCs are not generalizable.
But the reader ends up with no clear sense of how widespread and generalizable those problems are--and much of the book consists of familiar rebuttals of hackneyed objections to school choice.
So thanks to this work, we now know that "Purposeful laughter is a realistic, sustainable, and generalizable intervention that enhances employees' morale, resilience, and personal efficacy beliefs.
What these individuals seek are generalizable results that can be used as the basis for decisions about the costs of programs or the likelihood of successful applications.
Generalizable conclusions are limited by the sample and scope of our study, but our results do have the strength of a randomized trial, and they tend to agree with the results of other studies.
These findings may not be generalizable to preadolescents and adolescents who are ineligible for Medicaid, the researcher notes, because poverty may increase a young woman's risk of abuse, criminal activity and early sexual initiation.
Due to the purpose of evaluation, which often involves the description of a specific program or intervention in a certain context, the results are less generalizable than research findings.
Although the research is cross-sectional and analyzes only one agency, the results are not generalizable.
The man's answer will not shake the foundations of deep philosophical conjecture nor does the moment carry the weight of a moral search for generalizable righteousness.