Chapter 7: Fear
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Clicker Training for Your Horse. Alexandra Kurland. 1998. Waltham, MA: Sunshine Books.

Loading the problem loader: the effects of target training and shaping on trailer-loading behavior of horses.” Dawnery L. Ferguson and Jesús Rosales-Ruiz. 2001. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 34:409-24.

Reducing Stress in Northern Bald Ibis Through Training.” Elsa Mark. 2007. ABMA Journal 4:23-35.

The rhino likes violets.” Karen Pryor. 1981. Psychology Today, April.

Changing the world, one click at a time: chaps. 10, 11, 12, In Click to Win! Clicker Training For The Show Ring. Karen Pryor. 2002. Waltham, MA: Sunshine Books.

Curing the cat-chasing dog: pp. 70-73 in Clicker Training for Cats. Karen Pryor. 2001. Waltham MA: Sunshine Books.

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The Animal Behavior Management Alliance. Zoo trainers www.theabma.org

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International Association of Avian Trainers and Educators www.IAATE.org

Department of Behavior Analysis, University of North Texas www.unt.edu/behv

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“Karen Pryor shows how clicker training has solved problems that traditional training methods could not solve, or worse, that those methods caused. The clarity of her descriptions enables the reader to start basic clicker training right away. Moreover, the book helps readers gain awareness of their own ways of controlling others. Any time criticism, jerking, or punishing can be replaced with clicker training methods, everyone benefits. The more that people follow the principles in this book, the better off the world will be.”

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