Description: Generalization, in psychology, the tendency to respond in the same way to different but similar stimuli. For example, a dog conditioned to salivate to a tone of a particular pitch and loudness will also salivate with considerable regularity in response to tones of higher and lower pitch. The
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Description: Generalization. Generalization refers to a process within operant and classical conditioning, where a conditioned response (CR) starts occurring in response to the presentation of other, similar stimuli, not just the conditioned stimulus (CS). For example, a dog is trained to sit (CR) when you give the command, "sit" (CS).
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Description: Generalization is a phenomenon in psychology where conditioned subjects respond to stimuli similar to those they were conditioned to respond to. For example, if a dog is trained to salivate at the ...
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Description: Psychology Definition of GENERALIZATION: 1. Deriving a concept or theory from a number of specific cases, applying it widely. 2. Judgement derived and applied this way. 3. Conditioning process whe
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Description: In the conditioning process, stimulus generalization is the tendency for the conditioned stimulus to evoke similar responses after the response has been conditioned. For example, if a child has been conditioned to fear a stuffed white rabbit, it will exhibit a fear of objects similar to the conditioned stimulus such as a white toy rat.
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Description: Generalization has a long history in cartography as an art of creating maps for different scale and purpose. Cartographic generalization is the process of selecting and representing information of a map in a way that adapts to the scale of the display medium of the map. In this way, every map has, to some extent, been generalized to match the criteria of display.
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Description: Definition of generalization (psychology) in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of generalization (psychology). What does generalization (psychology) mean? Information and translations of generalization (psychology) in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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Description: Generalization across settings refers to the learner demonstrating the skill in an untrained setting. An example would be if the learner was taught to engage in time management when at home and is now also able to engage in time management at school. Generalization is the outcome that defines mastery.
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Description: At its most basic level, to discriminate means to notice and respond to the most minute differences among various objects or ideas. On the other end of the spectrum, there is a generalization, which means lumping things together without regard to their differences. In the realm of psychology, discrimination and generalization play a huge role.
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Description: Discrimination, in psychology, the ability to perceive and respond to differences among stimuli. It is considered a more advanced form of learning than generalization (q.v.), the ability to perceive similarities, although animals can be trained to discriminate as well as to generalize. Application
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