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One of the themes of The Science of Consequences is the many common behavior principles that exist across species. Those similarities apply for complex as well as basic principles, in the mathematical models that describe behavior, and in the underlying neurophysiology, genetics, and epigenetics. Animal trainers are well aware of many of these commonalities, and have helped expand our knowledge of them. This talk will survey the current status of a variety of these shared features, such as unusual consequences, signals, biological bases, enrichment, choice, and communication. An
Sponsor:Pet Professional Guild
Speaker(s):Susan M. Schneider