BehavioR+ Works

The behavior of individuals is always a study of one. The key to changing behavior is changing conditions.

Dr. Susan G. Friedman, Ph.D. is a professor emeritus in the Department of Psychology at Utah State University. Susan has co-authored chapters on behavior change in five veterinary texts, and her popular articles have been translated into 17 languages. She teaches seminars and courses on animal learning online (How Behavior Works: Living & Learning With Animals), with students from 63 countries so far. Susan also consults with zoos and animal organizations around the world. She was appointed to the F&WS California Condor Recovery Team from 2002 – 2010, after which time the team was retired due to the success of the birds in the wild. She is the Chairperson of the Scientific Advisory Committee of American Humane Association (AHA) Film and TV Unit, and a member in good standing of ABAI, ABMA, IAATE and IAABC.

Upcoming events

How Retrieving Works

How Retrieving Works: Enriching Your Walks with Positive Reinforcement and Welfare-Centred Dummy Training. This course is designed to equip the companion dog professional with the skills to teach basic and advanced principles of retrieving work.

Friday, 07. June 2024 until Friday, 02. August 2024 12:00 - 14:00