positive transfer


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positive transfer

[′päz·əd·iv ′tranz·fər]
(psychology)
Rapid learning in a new situation because the stimuli or responses required are similar to those learned in an earlier situation.
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It has therefore been a positive transfer window for Newcastle and we are keen to unlock the potential in this team as quickly possible.
Courses feature top quality content from experienced practitioner-trainers, and skills-based scenarios that enhance positive transfer of learning in an online format.
And with Liverpool reportedly keen to get Ibe more playing time it would appear that the deal could work for all involved, and allow Derby and the Reds to continue their positive transfer relationship that is currently seeing Wisdom get more regular playing time as well.
United hope that Yanga-Mbwia will kick-start a week of more positive transfer noises, and have made approaches for Bordeaux striker Yoan Gouffran and Moussa Sissoko, who has been linked with QPR and Marseille.
Despite the set-back, the midfielder believes Everton are still well placed to return to winning ways when they resume action against Newcastle United on September 17, and he reiterated that Everton's positive transfer business this summer remains a plus point.
They have difficulty in reading for academic purposes and for pleasure, and vocabulary is limited because of the lack of reading, no positive transfer and very few aids to reading and understanding vocabulary.
Perhaps this is the best way to think of succession planning: as a positive transfer of power.
Work-family enrichment; a research of positive transfer.
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.
Perhaps Gareth Barry's eventual move to Liverpool will signal the start of some positive transfer activity.
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.
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