Bilateral Transfer

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/17/11 By Brittani Richter Bilateral Transfer 7/17/11 What is bilateral transfer? Transfer of a skill learned on one side of the body to the opposite side You learn a skill using one side of your body and then transfer the learned information to help you produce the same skill on the opposite side of the body  Also known as cross transfer/education Few common skills that can use bilateral transfer  Juggling  Dribbling in both soccer and basketball 7/17/11 How does bilateral transfer occurs? Two Explanations Motor Control  Transfer occurs because the non-practiced limb and the practiced limb share the same Generalized Motor Program (GMP)  This is because which limb is used is considered a parameters in GMP theory Cognitive Information  Transfer occurs because cognitive information does not change...
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