Who Was B.F. Skinner: An Inside Look from a Fellow Behavior Analyst’s View

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Everyone who is serious about understanding animals and modifying behavior knows the research of B.F. Skinner well. But only a few have met him personally. In her new book The Science of Consequences: How They Affect Genes, Change the Brain, and Impact Our World, author Dr. Susan Schneider reveals some of the lessons she learned during her 15 year friendship with the Father of Operant Conditioning. She shares some of her stories in an interview with me.

How Consequences Affect Our Body, Brain, and Behavior: A New Book Reveals All

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Have you ever wondered why your dog, cat, bird, or 3 year old child are so adept at whining, screeching or complaining until you finally give in? Or why you always fall into that cycle of resisting at first but later bend to their wishes? Now, biopsychologist and behavior analyst, Dr. Susan Schneider, has written a fascinating book titled, “The Science of Consequences: How They Affect Genes, Change the Brain, and Impact Our World,” that reveals it all.

7 Things All Dogs Need

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You’re getting a dog and it’s time to go shopping, but what to get? How many toys, which leashes are right? Does he need a harness, a collar or a bed? You can spend hundreds of dollars on supplies, but will you get the ones you really need? Here’s my list of the seven things all dogs need for a behaviorally healthy life.

How Do I Train Proper Doggy Play Skills Faster?

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If your dog gets too excited when playing with other dogs, it is possible to quickly train proper doggy play skills. The key is teaching your dog that you are just as fun as that other dog.

The Loss of a Pet: Resources to Help You Grieve

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To some people, the loss of a pet or even the decision to euthanize seems just another complication of day-to-day life. To others, the loss of an animal companion can lead to overwhelming grief.