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Is Ending Training Sessions with a Correct Trial a Strong Predictor of Subsequent Trial Success?
The basic operant conditioning paradigm states that behavior is followed by consequences and when these consequences are reinforcing, the likelihood of the behavior occurring again increases. Animal trainers have been in ...
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Prompting Ration Procedures for Canine Skill Acquistion
Prompts are commonly utilized to teach canines novel skills during canine obedience training with the goal of having control of the desired behavior transferred from the prompt to a vocal command. Over prompting or fading ...
Evaluation of Three Leash-Training Approaches with Canines
For a dog handler's safety and leisure enjoyment it is important to have a leash trained dog. Different leash training techniques are promoted in canine training literature, but no published research has systematically ...