bilateral transfer


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bilateral transfer

The ability to learn a motor skill that one had previously mastered with one limb (usually the dominant hand) with the limb on the opposite side of the body (typically, the nondominant hand).
See also: transfer
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The symmetrization of technical and tactic executions can have a positive influence on the learning process too, by a bilateral transfer of some new simple and complex specific motive skills, and also in enriching the players' range of motive movements.
The notion of bilateral transfer of movement with the assumption that movements are traditionally taught to the right side first, executed, and then performed to the other side with little or no practice has been investigated.
He is presently serving as corporate integration officer and is directing the bilateral transfer of technology and production techniques between the U.
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