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About the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists (ACVB) : Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists (DACVB) are veterinarians who are specialists in the field.
Behaviorists claim that "a rule that exerts control over behavior is always an indirect-acting contingency" (Malott, Whaley, & Malott, 1997, p.
experimental behaviorist inquiry for many decades (see Thyer, 1992).
So far, behaviorists have tried placing logs in the bears' paths, but they paced around the new barriers.
They sought advice from friends, but they didn't know a veterinarian could help and were unaware there were board-certified veterinary behaviorists trained to remedy such problems.
Behaviorists largely agree with this interpretation.
Recommended by veterinarians, praised by the Humane Society of the United States and animal behaviorists, these new training videos will help you communicate with your puppy in ways you will both understand.
Suzuki analyzed over 5000 dog voice prints and invested countless hours with animal behaviorists and with each dog's owner in developing this device.
Now, two animal behaviorists have new evidence that a female's preference for such fine feathers may have little to do with seeking a fit mate.
Miami-based Planning Group International is a full-service, yet non-traditional, marketing agency consisting of digital behaviorists - experts at designing, executing and analyzing online marketing programs.
Marti Smye, one of the world's leading behaviorists and executive coaches.
An information center differs from what animal behaviorists call "local enhancement," in which an animal directly observes another animal feeding and stops by to partake.