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1
The influence of having previously practiced or performed a skill on the learning of a new skill is called:
A)positive transfer
B)negative transfer
C)transfer of learning
D)all of the above
2
The beneficial effect of previous experience on the learning of a new skill is called:
A)positive transfer
B)negative transfer
C)transfer of learning
D)all of the above
3
The non-beneficial effect of prior experience on the performance of a skill so that a person performs the skill less well than he or she would have without prior experience is called:
A)positive transfer
B)negative transfer
C)transfer of learning
D)all of the above
4
Transfer of learning that occurs between two limbs is called:
A)symmetric transfer
B)asymmetric transfer
C)bilateral transfer
D)none of the above
5
A person who has learned the forehand in tennis before learning the forehand in badminton often experiences what kind of transfer of learning:
A)positive transfer
B)negative transfer
C)sport skills
D)work skills
6
When previous experience has no influence on the performance of a skill in a new context or learning a new skill, it is called:
A)positive learning
B)negative learning
C)zero transfer
D)none of the above
7
When a concept is taught based on what has been already taught, the teaching strategy involves:
A)taxonomy of motor skills
B)sequencing skills
C)simple to complex
D)all of the above
8
Gentile's Taxonomy of motor skills systematically sequences skills in what order:
A)complex to impossible
B)complex to simple
C)simple to impossible
D)simple to complex
9
The theory that predicts the transfer between the tennis serve and the volleyball serve to be greater than that between the tennis serve and the racquetball serve is called:
A)transfer-appropriate processing theory
B)identical elements theory
C)positive transfer
D)negative transfer
10
Examples of transfer-appropriate processing activities include:
A)problem solving activity
B)rapid decision making
C)attention control
D)all of the above







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