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Generalizations can be wrong even on less important things such as, let's say, dogs.
PE teachers, teachers of students who are visually impaired, and O&M specialists can promote physical activity participation in environments outside of PE by embedding some of these generalization tactics into the school day.
The exact form of the generalization gradient is dependent, in part, on how well participants can distinguish among the various stimuli constituting the stimulus set.
Both conditions produced higher ORF rates on training passages compared to the control group; however, only the multiple exemplar intervention produced generalization gains for oral reading fluency compared to the control group but no differences were noted between the two experimental conditions.
Many researches have studied fully automated generalization of topographic maps and mapping agencies in many countries have introduced automated generalization.
So far, research on map generalization has almost exclusively focused on maps and spatial data at large scales (i.
The benefit of methods for the generalization of spatial data was recognized in the 20th century, and in a few decades various algorithms were developed to carry out different generalization tasks.
Stokes and Osnes (1989) presented a comprehensive model of generalization that included 12 strategies that support generalization.
This procedure often produces an asymmetrical generalization gradient, with the gradient displaced away from S+ and towards stimuli on the opposite end of the stimulus dimension from S-.
discrete trial instruction) when used alone result in poor generalization of language skills (e.
This column proposes the following empirical generalization, called the law of annual halving, for nonprofits: the probability that a donor will donate again in the future is cut in half for every additional year that donor is inactive (recency).
In that literature, what is usually meant by a "law" is either a "lawlike" generalization or (less often) a "nomic" regularity described by such a generalization.