Description: ‘Without prejudice to the generality of the power conferred by section 411 those rules may contain any such provision as is specified in schedule 8 to the Act.’ ‘We wished to test the generality of these correlations through a comprehensive analysis of completely sequenced genomes.’
DA: 48 PA: 31 MOZ Rank: 27
Description: Meaning of generality. What does generality mean? ... The Assumption of Generality underlies the research work of the experimental analysis of behavior in which the effects of schedules of reinforcement in non-humans is assumed to generalize to humans. Generality can affect many daily things in a person. The naturalization of the sunlight helps ...
DA: 14 PA: 31 MOZ Rank: 78
Description: There are seven dimensions of applied behavior analysis as defined by Baer, Wolf, and Risley. To remember them you can use the acronym “GET A CAB” or “BAT CAGE.” For generality just think of generalization. What happens if something is generalized? It spreads to other behaviors not directly treated by the inter
DA: 26 PA: 28 MOZ Rank: 6
Description: intervention. The generality and costs of the process are discussed. Keywords Classroom-based treatment Delay tolerance Functional analysis Functional communication Home-based treatment Synthesized contingencies Introduction Autism spectrum disorders affect approximately 1 in 50 children (Blumberg et al. 2013). Individuals diagnosed
DA: 22 PA: 97 MOZ Rank: 48
Description: Without loss of generality (often abbreviated to WOLOG, WLOG or w.l.o.g.; less commonly stated as without any loss of generality or with no loss of generality) is a frequently used expression in mathematics.The term is used to indicate the assumption that follows is chosen arbitrarily, narrowing the premise to a particular case, but does not affect the validity of the proof in general.
DA: 9 PA: 48 MOZ Rank: 25
Description: In behavioral psychology, the assumption of generality is the assumption that the results of experiments involving schedules of reinforcement, conducted on non-human subjects (often pigeons), can be generalized to apply to humans. If the assumption holds, many aspects of daily human life can be understood in terms of these results. The naturalization of sunlight helps our bodies to stay awake a
DA: 22 PA: 43 MOZ Rank: 77
Description: Baer, Wolf, and Risely (1968) included “generality of behavior change” as one of their 7 dimensions of applied behavior analysis. Generalization of behavior change occurs when that behavior occurs outside of the learning environment. Generalization can happen across 1) settings, 2) time and 3) across people and exists when the behavior occurs in these various dimensions without relearning.
DA: 39 PA: 85 MOZ Rank: 65
Description: generality definition: 1. an occasion when what someone says contains no details, and often very little meaning, or a…. Learn more.
DA: 42 PA: 2 MOZ Rank: 6
Description: To examine the specificity versus generality of the relationship between childhood victimization and subsequent adolescent offending, three forms of victimization are used in the analysis: physical abuse, sexual abuse, and household substance abuse.
DA: 81 PA: 95 MOZ Rank: 38
Description: The analysis corroborated the high generality of the latitudinal diversity decline. Gradients on regional scales were significantly stronger and steeper than on local scales, and slopes also varied with sampling grain. Both strength and slope increased with organism body mass, and strength increased with trophic level. ...
DA: 99 PA: 76 MOZ Rank: 10