Training

Published on April 28th, 2014 | by admin

Animal training: what’s going on?

Kate Mornement is an animal behaviourist who engages in regular ongoing professional development. When it means interacting with beluga whales, exotic parrots, lions and gorgeous puppies, why wouldn’t she? Tim and Mia talk to Kate to find out more about the application of learning theory across this wide range of animals.

Listen to this podcast:


Pets Behaving Badly website

Kate Mornement: Anthrozoology Research Group Profile

Further reading:Kate Pets Behaving Badly

Chance, P. (2013). Learning and behavior. Cengage Learning.

McGreevy, P., & Boakes, R. (2011). Carrots and sticks: Principles of animal training. Darlington Press.

Pryor, K. (1999). Dont shoot the dog. Bantam.

Ramirez, K. (1999) Animal training: successful animal management through positive reinforcement. Chicago: Shedd Aquarium.

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