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« Antwort #60 am: 12. November 2011, 00:35:49 »
http://stalecheerios.com/blog/orca/orca-part-3-steve-martin/

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One of the most fascinating things I heard all day was Steve's ideas on bridges and marker signals. We traditionally think of the clicker as the marker signal. However, the animal picks up on all sorts of other signals we give, such as voice and body movement, which can end up serving as markers without us even realizing it.

Many animals use visual bridges much more than we realize and Steve challenged us to consider how big of an influence the clicker is actually having on the animal's behavior. He showed several clips of trainers working with animals in the zoo setting, mostly involving stationary behaviors, such as targeting, holding a pose, or touching something. While watching, he had us observe carefully for when the animal broke pose, signaling the end of the behavior. We would expect, if the clicker was truly serving as a marker signal, the animal would break pose when he heard the click. Instead, in almost every case, the animal held the pose after the click and moved as soon as the trainer reached for the reward. How interesting!

If the sound of the clicker is not a good predictor of when a reward will be delivered, then the animal depends on your body language and signals rather than the click. This just goes to illustrate that the magic is not in the clicker, the magic is in the trainer's ability to train. In several zoos, Steve has taken away the clickers and the trainers have been able to achieve the same results and success as they had before.

Does this mean we should all throw away our clickers? I don't think so at all. It means we should make sure our animals are associating the sound of the clicker with a reward. The clicker is a great tool for precise timing and communication when we use it correctly.

Also, I think the clicker serves an important role in teaching the trainer good timing skills and when and what behaviors to reinforce. However, this does help drive home the point that there is a huge difference between clicker training and training with a clicker! Just because someone is holding a clicker, does not mean they understand the principles of training and positive reinforcement. On the flip side, though, just because someone isn't holding a clicker, does not mean they aren't training with the principles of clicker training.
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« Antwort #61 am: 15. November 2011, 12:22:29 »
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« Antwort #62 am: 19. November 2011, 00:55:23 »
http://www.petmd.com/blogs/purelypuppy/lradosta/2011/nov/magic_pill_for_puppies#.TsWR3H2wPkV.facebook
The Magic Pill for Puppies


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    Puppies who attended early learning and socialization classes from 7-12 weeks were more likely to be retained in their original homes when compared with pups that did not.

    Puppies who are well socialized are likely to learn more quickly, are able to problem solve more effectively in new situations, and have lower emotionality and earlier maturation of their EEG (measure of the brain patterns or electrical activity of the brain) when compared to unsocialized puppies of the same age.

    If puppies are kept in a deprived environment until 20 weeks, they are more likely to exhibit anti-social behavior. It is difficult for these pets to become well-behaved family pets because they are slower to learn, more reactive (have intense emotional reactions to small stimuli), don't understand how to play with other dogs and are difficult to train.
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« Antwort #63 am: 19. November 2011, 01:41:29 »
http://www.dogstardaily.com/blogs/ten-important-skills-teach-your-puppy

Ten Important Skills To Teach Your Puppy

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The First Ten Skills You Should Teach Your Puppy

There are many skills that your puppy must learn in order to enjoy a good doggy life in our human world. It is your responsibility to teach your puppy those skills. Opinions may differ as to what the most fundamental skills to teach your puppy are, but in my opinion you should focus on the following ten skills so you can both enjoy one another and begin discovering the world together.

There are many ways to teach your puppy the skills mentioned below and one method is not necessarily better than another.  There are many ways to reach the same goal and you should choose the method or variation that best suits you, your lifestyle and your puppy's temperament. The following methods have worked very well for the many owners and puppies we have coached at the Ethology Institute Cambridge over the years but remember they are only rough guidelines and you should adapt them to your own puppy as you see fit.
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« Antwort #64 am: 19. November 2011, 01:47:22 »
http://www.animalcafe.co/dog-training-cues-signals-commands-and-how-they-affect-your-relationship-with-your-dog/
Dog Training: Cues, Commands, Obedience, And Punishment

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Dog training is a form communication. We attach meaning to cues, signals, or commands to convey information to get our dogs to do what we'd like them to do. In this podcast Dr. Roger Abrantes and I discuss whether the words you use to describe dog training affect your relationship with your dog.
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« Antwort #65 am: 24. November 2011, 00:52:12 »
studie zur beeinflussung der durchblutung bei gebrauch von bandagen und gamaschen
http://elib.tiho-hannover.de/dissertations/korellan_ws07.pdf
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« Antwort #66 am: 24. November 2011, 23:37:45 »
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« Antwort #67 am: 28. November 2011, 23:54:17 »
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/meditation-brain-rewire-study/story?id=15001280#.TtQJF9Ufjde
Brain Imaging Illuminates Neuro Basis of Meditation

http://rogerabrantes.wordpress.com/2011/11/27/the-magic-words-yes-and-no/
The Magic Words ‘Yes' and ‘No'
by Roger Abrantes

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Cultural differences apart, some people don't like the word ‘no' for the same reason that some dogs don't like it either: because they associate ‘no' with aversives. Parents are just as bad as dog owners in distinguishing between signals and punishers and they make the same mistakes which will later create problems for their children.

Of course, parents have to yell ‘no' if  the toddler is about to  stick his fingers in the wall outlet (plug socket). There's nothing wrong with that. What is wrong, and creates the aversive respondent association with ‘no', is the constant repetition without a reinforcer when the behavior stops. The toddler only learns that sometimes parents go berserk and, has no idea why or how to avoid it. The toddler becomes so sensitive to the word ‘no' that later on, like many others, he or she would rather live with regret than to risk hearing a ‘no.' This conditioning can also happen later in life to which abusive parents, irate spouses, tyrannical bosses all contribute.

An elementary mistake, committed by both parents and dog owners, contributes to the aversive connotation of ‘no.' If we have to use punishment, we should never (ever) punish the individual, we punish the behavior. Punishing the individual is what creates traumas, a lack of self-confidence, the feeling of rejection, etc. Punishing the individual rather than the behavior can even produce aggressive behavior rather than decreasing the intended behavior.

The reason why some people don't like ‘no' has nothing to do with the word or the message conveyed, but with the aversive(s) to which it was (respondently) conditioned. To change that goes beyond the scope of biology, animal behavior and linguistics, and pertains to the realm of psychology.


Still, there's nothing wrong with the word ‘no' and particularly not with the message it conveys. There is something wrong with abusive parents, irate spouses, tyrannical bosses and ignorant people (all potentially abusive animal owners). To forbid the word ‘no' or to replace it with another, e.g. ‘stop,' does not resolve the problem. The only thing that does solve the problem is to educate people, to teach them to respect others independently of species, race and S**.

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« Antwort #68 am: 29. November 2011, 23:01:02 »
http://www.rewardingbehaviors.com/2011/11/29/how-fluent-are-you/
How Fluent Are You?
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But while the clients attend class so the dogs learn new skills, the dogs are attending class so their owners will learn new skills.  On my “wish list,” skills that I would like new clients to have upon completion of the training program, you will find the following:

    solid clicker mechanics
    good observational skills
    ability to identify, create, and employ novel and powerful reinforcers
    ability to set criteria effectively
    ability to manage the environment to prevent rehearsal of unwanted behavior
    impulse control (when you are tempted to yell, jerk on the leash, shake that can of pennies, etc., just take a deep breath and walk away!)
    ability to identify appropriate markers and fade their use
    ability to create a training plan
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« Antwort #69 am: 01. Dezember 2011, 23:14:35 »
http://www.whole-dog-journal.com/issues/14_12/features/Alpha-Dogs_20416-1.html?mid=540

De-Bunking the "Alpha Dog" Theory
Why every mention of “alpha dogs” or “dominant” dogs is dangerous to all dogs.
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« Antwort #70 am: 03. Dezember 2011, 03:25:38 »
http://jessdolce.tumblr.com/post/13560756717/my-dog-is-friendly-a-public-service-announcement?ref=nf
My Dog is Friendly! A Public Service Announcement

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There is epidemic happening across the country and no one is safe.  It's occurring on crowded city sidewalks and spacious country walking trails. It doesn't discriminate based on race, age, or economic status.

Innocent dogs and their owners are being terrorized, chased down the street, pinned into corners by…other dog owners.

But, you ask, don't all dogs like to meet, greet, and play with other dogs, even unfamiliar ones? How rude of them not to greet me and my dog!  Not so, kind hearted dog lovers, not so at all.
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« Antwort #71 am: 03. Dezember 2011, 10:03:03 »
Soooo wahr, der Artikel! :thup:
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« Antwort #74 am: 04. Dezember 2011, 16:15:15 »
http://www.easy-dogs.net/home/blog/training/gastautor/sonja_meiburg/meiburg_futter_nicht_genug.html
„Futter ist nicht genug“ –
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