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Illustrated Resources On Behaviour Change Principles

Onset & Offset Of Appetitive & Aversive Stimuli Showing Effects On Behaviour 3rd Order Respondent Conditioning Diagram Conditioning Fear Using An Unconditioned Aversive Stimulus How To Counter condition A New Emotional Response Optimum Conditions For Learning These are part of this essential poster pack Some Of Our Other Bits: Obsessive Compulsive Behaviour Treatment, Prognosis, Management & Prevention ASD Genetic & Epigenetic Review...

How To Use A Clicker (Introduction To Applied Behaviour Analysis Terms)- Made Simple

Common Questions: What Is A Clicker? What Does It Do? Do I Always Have To Use It? How Do I Get The Behaviour On Voice, Hand Signal Etc? How Do I Use It For Behaviour Change?   Video Demonstration & Explanation Of How To Get A Behaviour On Stimulus Control Using A Clicker Handout Summary From Video   Points To Note About...

Functional Analysis Interview Questionnaire For Animal Behaviour Consultations

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How To Tackle Common Behaviour Problems

  The solution to most behaviour problems in dogs is simple and IF you adhere to the following. The principle is simple- dogs repeat behaviours that are reinforced. That means that if your puppy or adult dog behaves in a certain way (that is undesirable to you), by say barking at you through the back door (when he’s outside and you’re inside),...

Simple Quick Tips & Tricks To Help Grow Your (Animal Related) Business. Let’s Get Your Business Working For You

About The Author & Webinar Instructor We know you are going to love this one! We are sharing all of our best secrets on how to market & run your animal related business. How to engage your customer (so that he does the hard work for you), rather than just hit them with one dimensional campaigns and spam. We show you how...

Respondent Conditioning: Function & Behaviour Altering Effects Explained (ABA)

(N.B: we are talking about respondent & NOT operant procedures) Responses occur due to environmental stimuli which have unlearned (or phylogenic) provenance. Examples: Reflexes Kineses Taxis Fixed Action Patterns Reflexes are the responses between a stimulus (antecedent) and a reflex. This is a stimulus response  (or S-R) relationship. A simple example of a reflex would be, when a dog sees food, he...

Learning, Punishment & Reinforcement- The Effects Of Consequences In A Behaviour Paradigm

To understand the effects of antecedents (triggers/stimuli), we need to be clear about motivating operations and discriminitative stimuli (SD). Behaviour is maintained by its consequences. Please see previous article which sets out the fundamental and dimensional properties which underly this subject as a science: What Is behaviour (Introduction To ABA) This article will provide working examples where possible and explanation to help with...