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Bilateral transfer is an aspect of the transfer of learning and is the transfer of learning or performance from one side of the body after training to the other. So, for example, after training a task with the right hand there is an improvement in left handed performance. One great example of this would be catching balls in cricket, or skiing down a slope (slalom).

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