positive transfer


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positive transfer

an enhancement in performance because of practice or experience gained in practising another similar skill or the same skill under different conditions. For example, skill gained practising golf on a driving range should positively transfer to skill on the golf course. Similarly, practising overhand throwing of a ball should transfer positively to more complex skills such as the overhead serve in tennis. See also negative transfer, transfer of learning.
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I was indeed made aware last summer that you won't get a badge for a positive transfer balance.
To sum up therefore we can say that the SLM cannot differentiate between learning and positive transfer from the Li.
Work-family enrichment; a research of positive transfer.
According to the point estimate, conditional on making a positive transfer, an adult child will reduce monetary support to his or her parents by an average of NT$2,972 if the parents receive government assistance.
The club adopted a positive transfer policy in the winter months and there can be no doubt that Plymouth loan signings Dan Smith and Ashley Barnes played a huge role in steering them away from the danger zone.
Features include servo-drive performance, balcony style design and a positive transfer system.
focus on the positive transfer of ideas from the Old World to the New.
And while the Boro chief hopes it will be Nationwide Conference football in the 2006-2007 campaign, he has to hold fire on making any positive transfer inroads until the outcome of the playoffs, assuming his men do finish in the top five.
Because this kind of strength training is designed to mimic the forces and movements used in running, there is a very high positive transfer to running.
We placed the aux tank in transfer mode but couldn't see indications of positive transfer from the aux tank.
Subject to a "safe harbor" of sorts expressed with reference to a taxpayer's gross revenue, which confines the application of the penalty to situations where the net positive transfer adjustment exceeds the lesser of 10 percent of the taxpayer's gross revenue otherwise determined and $5 million, the penalty applies to adjustments and may be imposed even if the taxpayer is not in a net tax paying position.
The principle of specificity holds that the practice situation must be exactly the same as the game situation for a positive transfer to occur.

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