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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Shaping Versus Percentile Shaping for Canine Skill Acquisition.
Shaping has been defined as the differential reinforcement of a series of successive approximations to a target behavior. To solve the issue of lack of precision and consistency, past research has used percentile shaping, ...
Generalization of the Behavior Sit in Canines to Novel Trainers
Generalization, in the context of training dogs, refers to a command controlling a behavior in novel environments or when given by a novel person (Mills, 2005). Stokes and Baer (1977) claim that generalization does not ...
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 ...