001-MI-(1 set includes 1 card sorting tray, 1 set of multiple design & color cards and administrator manual)
Habit Interference Board/Card Sorting Tray (Performance)
Usually we automatically tend to develop habits to certain activities. We get so much habituated that sometimes these habits will inhibit our new learning. Transfer of training also has a negative effect on new learning. If the past learning slows down or interferes with the new learning it results in negative transfer. This negative transfer is studied using the habit interference board under laboratory conditions. This wooden tray consisting of 8 pouches and grouped in to two sections i.e. section ‘A’ and section ‘B’. Section A has four pouches with four different geometrical designs with two different colors. Section ‘B’ also has same number of pouches and the designs, but the positions of the designs are inter changed. A set of cards with same designs and colors as painted in the tray is provided for sorting.