Antonyms for generalization
ˌdʒɛn ər ə ləˈzeɪ ʃən
This page is about all possible antonyms and opposite words for the term generalization.
generalization, generalisation, induction, inductive reasoning(noun)
reasoning from detailed facts to general principles
generalisation, abstraction, installation, generality, inductance, stimulus generalization, evocation, initiation, induction, trigger, elicitation, stimulus generalisation, inductive reasoning
generalization, generalisation, generality(noun)
an idea or conclusion having general application
"he spoke in broad generalities"
abstraction, generalization, generalisation(noun)
the process of formulating general concepts by abstracting common properties of instances
generalization, generalisation, stimulus generalization, stimulus generalisation(noun)
(psychology) transfer of a response learned to one stimulus to a similar stimulus
generalisation means to make something public or known to the general people. but expulsion means to keep something private or secret
i am in a dilemma, whether to expulse or generalize this informationSubmitted by akankshyarath30 on June 11, 2019
How to use generalization in a sentence?
The problem is not one of globalization, but one of generalization.
More and more, I see over-generalization as a new and important domain for understanding anxiety, which may furthermore offer us new and different insights into how we might better treat these patients.
I sincerely apologize to all the persons in attendance at the ceremony for the actions of the few causing the disturbance and for my emotional, un-called generalization of the black persons in attendance.
The generalization has been that when House Democrats have a hefty majority House Democrats have a lot of people from( swing) districts that make it hard to maintain House Democrats unity, that's what has changed. House Democrats still have some challenges, and they may take a somewhat different form, but these traditional divisions just aren't what they used to be, not even close.
Critics quickly called him out for what they dubbed tone-deaf comments, in which he seemed to be blaming the victims. Shari Runner, former president and CEO of the Chicago Urban League, deemed the remarks insensitive. I can not see the victims of racist policies and bigoted practices shamed by anyone who says they need to do better or be better in their circumstance. I wo n’t accept it, i think for the mayor to make a generalization about a community is more than just misspoken, Kwame Raoul said, it's outright wrong.
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