Category: Dog

The Cognitive Revolution and Everyday Dog Training: Cognitively Modified Counterconditioning™

by Laura Donaldson

Like many dog training professionals, I have frequently used counterconditioning as a behavior modification technique. It is important to note, however, that all behavior in human as well as non-human animals is cognitively mediated, i.e., filtered through the information processing mechanisms of perception, learning, memory, and decision making. In my previous essay, I examined how the emergent knowledge about these cognitive mechanisms might change how one implements the protocol known as Look at That….

Riggins & Wallace – A Tale of Two Pitties

by Erika Lessa

A behavior case study with video: Implementing a co-operative training strategy to help two pit bulls, Riggins and Wallace, leave their history of aggression behind, and live together in harmony.

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