From time to time, The Art and Science of Animal training releases educational videos related to animal training and animal behavior. Below you will find a list of our available videos.
Karen Pryor’s 1992 Speech: If I Could Talk to the Animals
In 2017, we honored Karen Pryor as the second recipient of the Anderson award. During the award ceremony, Dr. Jesús Rosales-Ruiz shared some clips from a speech Karen had given 25 years ago at the ABA annual convention. With Karen’s permission, we have shared the entire 50-minute lecture on our site.
Bob Bailey’s 2016 Award Acceptance Speech
In 2016, we honored Bob Bailey and Marian Breland Bailey as the first recipients of the Anderson award. After receiving the award, Bob gave a fascinating 35-minute speech about the history of animal training and about people and events that influenced his career.
Dr. Iver Iversen’s 2016 Keynote Address about Shaping
How does shaping work? How has shaping been studied by behavior scientists both historically and more recently? Dr. Iver Iversen addressed these questions and more in the lecture he gave at our 2016 conference.
Dr. Joe Layng’s 2016 Lecture about Emotions
Do animals have emotions? For that matter, how do we know that people have emotions? In this lecture, Dr. Layng discusses research from a variety of different fields that can help us better understand the role of emotions in our animals’ lives and in our own lives.
More videos coming soon!