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Veterinary behaviorists typically recommend that it is not used for situationally treating anxious dogs, as even a quite sedated dog may still be highly anxious, but unable to react.
Socialization is important, but inherited temperament can also be a factor in aggression, says behaviorist liana Reisner, DVM.
Science du comportement (1942) was the most faithful and far-reaching attempt to present behaviorist ideas to a French audience from a scientific perspective.
Behaviorists have substantial psychophysical evidence, such as neurological studies that have found financial decisions to be reinforced in the same place that is affected by drugs, food, and sex.
In order to ensure generalization, behaviorists found that they must reinforce/punish behavior in each setting they want/do not want the behavior to occur.
Like the behaviorists, Dewey saw the classroom environment (created by the teacher) as ultimately determinative of whether students learn.
In a release, the ARS described a finding by insect behaviorist Michael T.
John Kirtland, Ringling's executive director of animal stewardship and an animal behaviorist by training, says the CEC's and IEF's efforts are still a "work in progress," although the commitment is there.
Steve Diller, animal behaviorist, of the Center for Animal Behavior and Canine Instruction in Elmsford, NY, says "no one answer works for all dogs.
Prior to 1989, the school principal and a handful of teachers recognized the problematic nature of direct, behaviorist theory based instruction for mathematics.
Former SEGA designer Malt Wolf consulted with a cat behaviorist to create the ultimate cat arcade.
Locating behaviourism's roots in the pragmatism of the Progressivist movement, the objectivism of the newly emerging and institutionalized social sciences, and the philosophical functionalism of the New Realists, Mills writes that "American psychologists welcomed them [various behaviorist positions] not because they were novel or because they were familiar" (p.