Jesús Rosales-Ruiz Ph.D.

Jesús Rosales-Ruiz is an associate professor at the University of North Texas in the Department of Behavior Analysis and serves as chair of the department. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in 1995, under the mentorship of two pioneers in the field of behavior analysis, Donald M. Baer and Ogden R. Lindsley.

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Mary Hunter M.S.

Mary Hunter has always been fascinated by animals and animal behavior. She earned a Master of Science in Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas in 2013.Prior to that, she completed a degree in the biological sciences from the University of Chicago.

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Nicole Pfaller-Sadovsky, PhD

Nicole Pfaller-Sadovsky owns dogs since 1994, and since 2003 she is a proponent and advocate of positive-reinforcement based, cruelty-free training approaches. While having long standing experience in dog training (20+ years) her academic background in ethology and applied behaviour analysis, as well as respective continuing education (CE) are equally important to her.

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Aurea Verebes

Aurea Verebes ist Referentin für Bissprävention im deutschsprachigen Raum. Nach ihrer Ausbildung zur Hundetrainerin bei der ATN AG spezialisierte sie sich auf Familien mit Hund und Problemstellungen im familiären Kontext. Die kognitive und psychologische Entwicklung eines Kindes zu berücksichtigen und das Verhalten des Hundes zu analysieren ist Grundlage ihrer Arbeit in einer Familie. Sie kooperiert mit Verhaltensforschern und Chirurgen der Kinderambulanz, um ein möglichst umfassendes Bild von Beißvorfällen zu konstruieren.

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Susan G. Friedman, Ph.D.

Susan Friedman, Ph.D., is currently a faculty member in the Department of Psychology at Utah State University.

A behaviourist for more than 30 years, her area of expertise is learning and behaviour with a special emphasis on children's behaviour disorders.
In the last several years, Susan has pioneered efforts to apply to animals the humane philosophy and scientifically sound teaching technology from the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis, which has been so effective with human learners.

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Ken Ramirez

In October 2014, Ken Ramirez officially began his new role as Executive Vice-President and Chief Training Officer of Karen Pryor Clicker Training where he helps oversee the vision, development and implementation of training education programs for the organization. This move is in line with Ken's philosophy of helping to bring positive reinforcement training to all corners of the animal training world.
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Helen Phillips CAP3

Helen Phillips is the owner of the 'Clicker Gundog' Training Centre. She is a qualified teacher and has also been a business partner with Learning About Dogs Ltd for almost ten years. During the last ten years she has also taught a Canine Training and Behaviour Course at Warwickshire College. She also manages a small shoot and runs a team of beaters on another small syndicate shoot in Worcestershire. She has also recently become an Instructor for The Gundog Club. She has also been breeding Hungarian Vizslas since 1998 and has an extensive understanding of living with and working with hunting dogs.
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