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ASAT 2020: Alexandra Kurland – Shaping on a point of contact

This is the fifth in a series of posts based on my notes from the 2020 Art and Science of Animal Training Conference that was held in Hurst, Texas on February 22-23, 2020.  To learn more about the conference, you can visit the conference website. While I try to take accurate notes, it is possible that there are errors or that some detail is lacking.  If you post a comment or […]

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ASAT 2020: Dr. Jesús Rosales-Ruiz – C.A.T. Rules

This is the third in a series of posts based on my notes from the 2020 Art and Science of Animal Training Conference that was held in Hurst, Texas on February 22-23, 2020.  To learn more about the conference, you can visit the conference website. While I try to take accurate notes, it is possible that there are errors or that some detail is lacking.  If you post a comment or […]

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ASAT 2020: Dr. Paul Neuman and Dr. Philip Hineline – What the textbooks don’t tell you about negative reinforcement

This is the second in a series of posts based on my notes from the 2020 Art and Science of Animal Training Conference that was held in Hurst, Texas on February 22-23, 2020.  To learn more about the conference, you can visit the conference website. While I try to take accurate notes, it is possible that there are errors or that some detail is lacking.  If you post a comment or […]

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ClickerExpo 2016: Dr. Jesús Rosales-Ruiz, “The Quadrant Quandry: Clarity and Perspective on an Icon.”

For all you theory geeks out there (that would include me…), and maybe a few others, here are my notes from Dr. Jesús Rosales-Ruiz and his talk titled “The Quadrant Quandry: Clarity and Perspective on an Icon.” The quadrants…. what a topic! I’m so glad that Dr. Rosales-Ruiz put together a presentation on the quadrants. When I first started looking more into the science behind clicker training, I found a […]

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