Types Of Transfer

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When one skill helps or enhances the learning and performance of another.
positive
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The capacity to perform a skill with the less dominant limb.
bilateral
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When a previously learned skill influences a skill that is currently being learned.
proactive
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When one skill hinders or impedes the learning and performance of another skill.
negative
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When a newly learned skill influences a previously learned skill.
retroactive
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Theory stating that the greater number of components of practice that are relevant to the real situation. It is more likely that positive transfer will take place.
identicalelementstheory
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The capacity to perform a skill with the less dominant limb.

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bilateral

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When a previously learned skill influences a skill that is currently being learned.

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When one skill hinders or impedes the learning and performance of another skill.

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Card 5

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When a newly learned skill influences a previously learned skill.

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