Resources

Educational material for those who want to better understand the science behind canine behavior and healthy training methods. 
American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior 
Official statement on use of punishment for behavior modification in animals


​​Dog training methods: their use, effectiveness and interaction with behaviour and welfare.
              -Hiby, E.F.; Rooney, N.J.; Bradshaw, J.W.S.


 Can Aggression in Dogs Be Elicited Through the Use of Electronic Pet Containment Systems?
            - Polsky R.


"Bark Parks”—A Study on Interdog Aggression in a Limited-Control Environment
           -  Shyan, M.R.; Fortune, K. A.;  King, C.                                 Department of Psychology Butler University


Empathic-like responding by domestic dogs to distress in humans: an exploratory study
          Deborah Custance, Jennifer Mayer


American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior 
Official statement on use of Dominance Theory for behavior modification in animals


Where do Conditioned Emotional Responses Originate, and How Can We Alter the Resulting Behavior?
Taking a New Look at Old Methodology
               - Bethany Jordan. CDT, CVT, CPDT-KA 



​​Startle Reactivity and Anxiety Disorders: Aversive 
Conditioning, Context, and Neurobiology
               - Christian Grillon


        Coercion and it's Fallout
                - Murray Sidman


  Fear and Anxiety: When Medication Can Help Build Bridges
               - Bethany Jordan, CVT, CDT, CPDT-KA
  


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