Exampler

Ex`am´pler


n.1.A pattern; an exemplar.
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For air PA, the Clean Air Act classifies the sources of pollutants as mobile (for exampler, automobiles) or stationary (for examples, factories).
Two conditions were then introduced for B1 that were designed as conditions to maintain the say-do correspondence relation and then to evaluate if both or any of these conditions produce say-do generalization in examplers without training.
The present procedure is unique in controlling such variables for analyzing experimentally the formation of examplers of say-do arbitrary relation and, consequently, its generalization, that is, the formation of a generalized operant class (see Barnes-Holmes & Barnes-Holmes, 2000; Luciano, 1996).