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For example, an observed association between price movements and the occurrence of an economically-neutral event known to have strong psychological effects is, on the face of it, consistent with the behaviouralist view.
Mr Shaw has now presented the court with a proposal that Sam should reside at the National Canine Defence League rehousing centre at West Calder, Midlothian, where he will be working with their in-house behaviouralist in the hope that a rehabilitation programme can be established.
Just like humans, nature has bred into these animals the need to bond closely with their offspring," says animal behaviouralist Donna Brander.