Monthly Archives: March 2014

Learning theory basics – Part 2: Operant conditioning: if it works do it again!

High five

Just waking up from a nap, the 2 month old puppy is now replenished and full of energy. Since he’s locked up in a crate, little Jake starts vocalizing and scratching at the door. Thankfully, Coleen, hearing her pup in

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Posted in Bob Bailey, Dog behavior, Dog training, Educational, Learning theory, Psychology, science

Our dogs love us – the proof is in the nose!

Big nose dog

Dogs and humans live together, play together, show affection, communicate and love each other. We develop deep bonds with one another and feel that we understand each other fairly well. Yet, when we look closely into the world of senses,

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Posted in Dog/human relationship, Psychology, science

How Do Dogs Think? The Scientific Revolution in Dog Intelligence

Chihuahua on pile of books

When I first started to study dogs from a scientific perspective, finding research on canine behavior was a long and difficult task. It wasn’t just because at the time we didn’t have Internet and most of the publications had to

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Posted in Dog behavior, Dog/human relationship, Educational, Psychology, Resource, science
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