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

ORCA, student organization at University of North Texas orgs.unt.edu/orca

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

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

Northern Bald Ibis

“Karen Pryor explores new discoveries in animal learning, looks at old concepts with a fresh perspective, and tells a masterful story throughout. This book should fascinate the scientist, the trainer, and the casual animal lover all at the same time. Karen has always been a compelling storyteller, but this book truly caps off her amazing career. As an animal-care professional, I would put this on the required reading list for everyone who works with or cares about animals.”

Ken Ramirez
Shedd Aquarium, and author of Animal Training