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Group: Animal Behavior
Welcome to the Animal Behavior and Enrichment section of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies! We are pleased to provide you with the most current behavioral information related to pets, farm and zoo animals, marine mammals, animals in shelters and…
Resource: Animal Behavior - Article
Animal Behavior - Let Them be Elephants! How Phoenix Zoo Integrated Three 'Problem' Animals by Hilda Tresz and Heather Wright
Resource: LET THEM BE ELEPHANTS! HOW PHOENIX ZOO INTEGRATED THR…
The Phoenix Zoo is currently housing three female wild-born Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) who came to us from other organizations with a variety of health and behavioral problems, some of which have been exasperated since arriving at our facility. Eac…
Resource: Training Two Coyotes (Canis latrans)
The Phoenix Zoo provides training and behavioral enrichment programs for its animals with the goals of elevating the welfare of the animals and engaging our guests. The behavioral management program utilizes keepers, interns, volunteers, docents and stude…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 39/40, 303-307 (2011/2012). …
ABSTRACT: This commentary on the development of CyberRat points out that 1) CyberRat is an excellent educational alternative to a live rat in cases where instruction of basic operant conditioning principles cannot be carried out with live animals due to a…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 83-101 (2010). MAN AS MA…
Some years ago I was pleased to attend a colloquium at my university presented by the first author, the psychologist Randy Gallistel. After describing some behavioral studies with rats, he concluded that the animals had counted their responses. Following …
Item: Learning, Fifth Edition
Learning, Interim (5th) Edition by A. Charles Catania Emphasizing research findings and basic concepts, the Interim (5th) Edition surveys the major areas in the psychology of learning from a consistent behavioral point of view. As in previous editions…
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