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Chapter 19. Processing Information > Generalizing Information

Generalizing Information

As you manipulate, grapple with, and reflect upon information you gather, it is common to form generalizations. You make a generalization when you derive a general concept from specific items. You infer that some characteristic from that specific item holds for the larger group.

Example:


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