Does deduction start with a generalization?
yes it does
*A generalization is a statement about several things or people *clue words to identify generalization * Valid generalization: fact support or prove and (true) generalization *clue words in a sentence to make a generalization: never,all,sometimes,most,always,none,everybody,everone,society,some,almost,only,empty *Faulty generalization: (not true) generalization (can not) be proven or supported with a fact.
What happens to your social security benefit dollars when you start receiving monthly benefit checks from Teachers Retirement System?
if you start your carrier as a teacher, there is no deduction from your paycheck for SS. there is a deduction for teacher's retirement funds. when one retires as a teacher (based on a point system that is based on age and number of years of service) he/she receives his/her check from the teacher's retirement fund not from SS.
Generalization refers to the spread of effects (perhaps from a treatment, or intervention). Stimulus generalization occurs when the same response occurs but under a different, setting, condition, or for a different therapist or parent perhaps (i.e., different stimuli). Response generalization occurs when the individual emits a different response which serves the same function as previously reinforced responses, the setting (i.e., stimulus) remains unaltered. For instance a friend might teach you how to do the Konami…
Just like in math, when you write, you can "deduce." Using the more familiar definition from those old math classes, it means to take away. This is also true in your writing. The idea is to come to a conclusion by removing all other otpions, like a process of elimination. You start with a large general idea and move to the exact detail that you want to prove by deducing. The standard deduction is a…