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A '''Norm''' - A designated standard of average performance of people of a given age, background, etc. may refer to:
 
A '''Norm''' - A designated standard of average performance of people of a given age, background, etc. may refer to:
   
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*[[Norm (philosophy)]], sentences within philosophy with practical implications
 
*[[Norm (philosophy)]], sentences within philosophy with practical implications
 
*[[Norm (sociology)]], social norms, expected patterns of behavior studied in sociology
 
*[[Norm (sociology)]], social norms, expected patterns of behavior studied in sociology
*NORM, an acronym coined by Chambers and Trudgill (1980) to refer to a group speakers frequently used in dialect studies ("non-mobile older rural males")<ref>J. K. Chambers and Peter Trudgill, ''Dialectology'' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 1998), 29.</ref>
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*NORM, an acronym coined by Chambers and Trudgill (1980) to refer to a group speakers frequently used in dialect studies ("non-mobile older rural males")
 
*[[Statistical norm]] a statistical concept in [[psychometrics]] representing the aggregate responses of a standardized and representative group are established for a test, against which a subject is compared
 
*[[Statistical norm]] a statistical concept in [[psychometrics]] representing the aggregate responses of a standardized and representative group are established for a test, against which a subject is compared
   
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*[[Sexual norm]]
 
*[[Sexual norm]]
 
*[[Test norms]]
 
*[[Test norms]]
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Latest revision as of 11:17, January 8, 2010

A Norm - A designated standard of average performance of people of a given age, background, etc. may refer to:


  • Norm (artificial intelligence), a set of statements used to regulate artificial intelligence software
  • Norm (philosophy), sentences within philosophy with practical implications
  • Norm (sociology), social norms, expected patterns of behavior studied in sociology
  • NORM, an acronym coined by Chambers and Trudgill (1980) to refer to a group speakers frequently used in dialect studies ("non-mobile older rural males")
  • Statistical norm a statistical concept in psychometrics representing the aggregate responses of a standardized and representative group are established for a test, against which a subject is compared

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