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one that is worthy of imitation or duplication

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With this foundation in place, Zagzebski attempts to define central moral terms by indexical reference to exemplars.
Past research on the efficacy of counter-based exemplars for decreasing racial stereotyping has yielded mixed findings.
Additional studies should extend the literature and include training safety skills across multiple exemplars to participants with developmental disabilities.
They found that three out of nine children demonstrated the emergence of the probed ABC intraverbals without learning the Exemplars or the Categories.
The inhibition of the unpracticed items during the retrieval practice phase impairs the subsequent recall of these exemplars during the final recall (Storm, Bjork, Bjork, & Nestojko, 2006).
These examples are genuine exemplars of fidelity: from beginning to end they remained steadfast and faithful in pursuit of their vision.
The digital exemplars represent the government s 25 highest volume deals and are to be reconstructed end-to-end by March 2015, whichit willsaveAu1.
Exemplars are created through repeated news stories made memorable by presenting an issue using highly vivid language, shocking visual materials, and evocative personal testimonies (Aust & Zillmann, 1996).
Other AFA exemplars include Orville Wright, Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, Brigadier Gen.
The nine papers selected for this volume envision both groups of people and individuals as moral exemplars in business and organizational contexts.
They say a society needs its exemplars because they serve as the moral compass in uncertain times.
Close Reading Exemplars pull together several key shifts within the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in a single methodological approach towards reading texts.
The use of exemplars as a teaching tool helps students to learn the targeted skill.
The compilation procedures underlying R reveal what could be a more deliberate adjustment of materials from exemplars also available to G.
According to Walchli (2010: section 1), this dynamicity is consistent with the "dynamicity of psychological similarity based on perception of situations", and with the idea that categories are formed in the speaker's mind on the basis of similarity among exemplars.