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During the last times I've been quite interested in the phenomena of transference, which in the context of teaching means transference of knowledge. More than anything, the change of times mainly because of technology have made the classroom an outdated place. Suppose all of you can see that, primarily if you teach. There might be strategies to apply and I'm not secure about where to find them. Now this 'strategies' may be off-topic here so I have a very related and on-topic issue.

There has been studies from psychology of transference, which we can closely relate to learning. I'm looking for some review or scientifical study about how to increase this transference, this learning.

There might be also neuroscience studies (I know about some studies on how to increase attention for example)

Any answer or link to possible answer?

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  • $\begingroup$ Welcome to Psychology.SE! Can I please check you are referring to the correct phenomenon within psychology? There is transference (see the link I added into your question), and there is countertransference. I realise that this is just semantics to a degree when you are specific on which way information is to be passed within the question, but in some respects, within teaching there will be an element of both, just like there will be in therapeutic sessions in psychology. Just something to .... $\endgroup$ – Chris Rogers May 31 '18 at 5:29
  • $\begingroup$ .... think about and maybe add into your question whilst I, and maybe others, try to work out how to answer your question. $\endgroup$ – Chris Rogers May 31 '18 at 5:30
  • $\begingroup$ @Chris Hmm I'm referring to the transference of knowledge $\endgroup$ – user17136 May 31 '18 at 5:33
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    $\begingroup$ Incidentally, although as you indicated within your question teaching to a degree is off-topic here; as also indicated in your question, I feel this can be answered within a psychology context $\endgroup$ – Chris Rogers May 31 '18 at 5:34

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