I spent Memorial Day weekend in downtown Chicago at the annual convention for the Association for Behavior Analysis, International. We had a great time! Three full days of presentations, over five hundred sessions to choose from, many opportunities to see and talk with old friends, and lots of great food. The conference covers lots of […]
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I love attending animal training conferences and seminars. In this section, you’ll find notes and information from animal training and animal behavior conferences, clinics, and workshops that I have attended. For easy reference, these notes are also organized by conference on this page of my site.
At this year’s Art and Science of Animal Training Conference, Bob Bailey and Marian Breland Bailey were awarded the Anderson Award for their contributions to the field of animal training. If you’ve read any of my previous posts about Bob Bailey, you are probably aware that Bob is an incredibly knowledgeable and experienced trainer who […]
This year has been incredibly busy for a variety of reasons! In addition to my dog training business, I was in charge of planning the 8th annual Art and Science of Animal Training Conference and, for the first time this spring, I taught an undergraduate behavior analysis class at the University of North Texas. Unfortunately, […]
Every year since 2009, I’ve attended the Art and Science of Animal Training Conference. And, (nearly) every year, I’ve posted my notes from the conference on my blog. This year, I got a bit behind after the conference in February! I’m slowly finishing up my notes. You can find all of my notes on this […]
Every year since 2009, I’ve attended the Art and Science of Animal Training Conference. And, (nearly) every year, I’ve posted my notes from the conference on my blog. This year, I got a bit behind after the conference in February! I posted notes from Ken Ramirez’s talk and Bob Bailey’s talk, but then I got […]
I’m reading an interesting little book that was recommended to me recently by a friend. It’s not about animal training, but it is about changing behavior. I’m only about halfway through the book, but I’m finding it quite thought-provoking so far. You might find it interesting as well! The book is by Stephen Guise and […]