02 Dec

Welcome to our blog!

ASAT logo green squareThanks for visiting our new blog. On this blog, we are planning to share lots of great information with you about the science of animal training, animal behavior, and behavior analysis.

Do you have questions about animal behavior, animal training, clicker training, or the science of behavior? Or, do you have a particular topic that you’d love to see featured on our blog?

Leave a comment on this post or contact us by email and share your questions and thoughts. We would love to hear from you!

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We would also like to invite you to join us in February for the 8th annual Art and Science of Animal Training Conference. We would love to get to meet you in person and talk with you about behavior and training. There will be lots of time at the conference for conversations and discussions — it is going to be a great time. Hope to see you there!

~ Mary Hunter and Dr. Jesús Rosales-Ruiz

P.S. Check out this cool video that Emily Larlham (aka Kikopup) recently made about our upcoming conference.

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3 thoughts on “Welcome to our blog!

  1. Could you do a blog on noise phobia in animals please ?
    How Fireworks sounds go through the Thalamus and where they go from there?
    Do they take a different path in phobic and non phobic dogs ?Does this relate to how memories involving emotions are formed in the Amygdala ?
    How does this tie in to physical reactions to phobias in dogs ?

    Sorry hope that makes sense, just suggesting a blog explaining what happens to the brain when animals have a noise phobia reaction.

    • Hi Amanda,

      Thanks for the suggestion!

      Noise phobias (and phobias in general) are a pretty interesting topic. We will certainly add this to our list of blog post ideas, and we’ll see if we can write about it in the future.



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