They worship success, money, wealth and status and even the racism of society." (196) Taken by itself, this quote is the kind of vast overgeneralization
that leads historians to reject the insights of many social scientists.
Assessment of broad trends can be illuminating, but a few of the panelists cautioned against overgeneralization
. Tanna, for instance, described Basis as market agnostic, while Garfield emphasized the importance of viewing each transaction individually.
"It is an easy overgeneralization
to lapse into, akin to referring to all refrigerators as Frigidaires, to all tissue as Kleenex, or to all soda pop as Coke."
, vagueness in predictions contrary to ground realities, and misjudging people of the land can be found in the narratives and premises which have been developed by many critics working on Pakistan's social political discourses.
of individual technical irregularities and applying them into the entire election is assessed as overstepping the mandate and biased political attitude," he said.
Of course, this is a common overgeneralization
of the role of the mimetic, and it goes back to Aristotle, who, as far as we can tell, neglected the playwrights who ignored or refused probabilistic constraints in the theater that he visited in Athens.
The series presents him as symbolic of all "pious" people, an overgeneralization
many found not only inaccurate but offensive.
For example, someone experiencing pain may be thinking "This is the end of me," "This may not go away," or "I can't function like this." In CBT, this patient will learn to correct what may be an overgeneralization
("I can't function like this") in their thinking and parse out what is realistic ("Even though I have pain, I can do some things").
She listed a number of types of biases to be aware of, such as confirmation bias, illusory correlation, selective attention, overgeneralization
, and fading affect bias.
Dunsmoor added, "Our research reveals that stress levels and the amount of time since an adverse event promote this type of overgeneralization
He considers it an overgeneralization
that's based on the negative results of two randomized trials of routine screening in asymptomatic diabetics: DIAD, which utilized stress single-photon emission CT (SPECT) imaging (JAMA.
In order to prevent an overgeneralization
about the role of minority-language education from just one perspective, Gerin-Lajoie compares the mandate of the English minority-language school in Quebec with her study of the French minority-language schools in Ontario.