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exemplar

noun apotheosis, archetype, example, exponent, frame of reference, good example, guide, height of perfection, hero, ideal, model, model of virtue, nonesuch, nonpareil, paradigm, paragon, pattern, person of repute, prize, prototype, replica, shining example, specimen, standard, standard for comparison, standard for imitation, standard of perfection, superior individual, the epitome of virtue, the finest example, the paragon of virtue, the perfect example, the prime example, the summit
See also: example, representative, sample, standard
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Unlike, for example, neo-Aristotelian theories that are grounded upon the contested concept eudaimonia, a nonconceptual foundation that begins with exemplars identified by the emotion of admiration need not be able to provide a conceptual account of what makes an exemplar an exemplar.
From an accessibility approach, trends in the way that minorities are portrayed in news influence the race-related exemplars that are chronically accessible for viewers.
To our knowledge, no previous study included training that involved multiple exemplars of multiple classes of dangerous stimuli.
With the data obtained so far, it is impossible to know the effect of teaching Exemplars or Categories alone in children.
the category) and the practiced exemplars is strengthened during the retrieval practice phase.
My personal experience has led me to a deeper appreciation of the example set by my chosen exemplars.
The Ministry of Justice and the Government Digital Service of the UK have launched the government s second live exemplar service.
Exemplars are "elementary occurrences that can be expressed in simple propositional form, mostly as attributional or causal relationships" (Zillmann, 2006, p.
Brodeur's exploits as a pilot and time as an adviser to the Afghan Air Force prompted the Air Force Academy class of 2016 to name him as their exemplar.
There are a minimum of two exemplars for each lesson, with some presenting a preferred option and an inferior option, while others illustrate two acceptable responses.
R's choice here represents a combination of fidelity to received exemplars and what one may call compilatory aesthetics.
They are therefore highly unstable configurations and comprise "constellations of exemplars with varying degrees of activation" (Walchli 2010: section 4).