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> Really Nice Vid, Habituation, Desensitisation and Counterconditioning
Lindsay
post 5th Mar 2012, 9:24 am
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An absolute peach of easy descriptions for interested people and dog owners! ok.gif


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwnSdvHI8mg

How safety affects the ability of counter condioning to alter a dogs response to stimuli.

Do watch, it only takes a few minutes angel.gif

Explains why the Open bar/closed bar may not be working...
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post 5th Mar 2012, 10:02 am
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Nice video - thanks flowers.gif

Totally agree about the safety thing smile.gif
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post 5th Mar 2012, 10:37 am
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quite good

I always tell clients that they have to start off counterconditioning at sub-threshold levels, i.e before the dog starts reacting otherwise you don't get that positive emotional response. Only when you've got the emotional change can you start desensitising.
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post 5th Mar 2012, 3:04 pm
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I nearly didn't watch that clip because of the wording thinking I didn't have the knowledge to understand the clip, I am pleased I did watch it, I still don't understand the wording but understood what she was saying. lol.gif


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post 5th Mar 2012, 3:06 pm
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I particularly like the bit where she says that we are all very good at habituating our dogs to their names and various commands lol.gif
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post 5th Mar 2012, 3:19 pm
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Thanks Lindsay, as you say very clearly explained.

Also reminds me how much easier it is to take in stuff when it's put in terms you can relate to - OF COURSE you're not interested in treats if someone's got a gun to your head, I must have read a million times that you have to start off sub threshold but it never quite clicked in the same way as this example did.
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post 5th Mar 2012, 6:39 pm
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Excellent video. I might watch it again in a bit!


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post 5th Mar 2012, 8:13 pm
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Yes, that was really good and very well explained. I'm re-reading her book 'And Bones would Rain from the Sky' (another thread on here put me in mind of it) and it's so well worth reading a second time.
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post 6th Mar 2012, 7:01 am
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QUOTE(Bunter1 @ 5th Mar 2012, 10:02 am) *

Nice video - thanks flowers.gif

Totally agree about the safety thing smile.gif


ok.gif I reallly like the way she puts it across.

QUOTE(riotous_uk @ 5th Mar 2012, 10:37 am) *

quite good

I always tell clients that they have to start off counterconditioning at sub-threshold levels, i.e before the dog starts reacting otherwise you don't get that positive emotional response. Only when you've got the emotional change can you start desensitising.


Yes, agree Riotous - you have to get that positive emotional response first .... often I think that's not clear from books and such.


QUOTE(Annieskel @ 5th Mar 2012, 3:04 pm) *

I nearly didn't watch that clip because of the wording thinking I didn't have the knowledge to understand the clip, I am pleased I did watch it, I still don't understand the wording but understood what she was saying. lol.gif


lol.gif lol.gif I know exactly what you mean Annieskel, ok.gif



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QUOTE(Bunter1 @ 5th Mar 2012, 3:06 pm) *

I particularly like the bit where she says that we are all very good at habituating our dogs to their names and various commands lol.gif


Yes, that made me chuckle, a point well made!

QUOTE(tangojulie @ 5th Mar 2012, 3:19 pm) *

Thanks Lindsay, as you say very clearly explained.

Also reminds me how much easier it is to take in stuff when it's put in terms you can relate to - OF COURSE you're not interested in treats if someone's got a gun to your head, I must have read a million times that you have to start off sub threshold but it never quite clicked in the same way as this example did.


Yes, there's something about the way she uses analogies to get things across, she seems to have a good skill in that area. Glad you enjoyed it ok.gif

QUOTE(jackied @ 5th Mar 2012, 6:39 pm) *

Excellent video. I might watch it again in a bit!


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QUOTE(amber @ 5th Mar 2012, 8:13 pm) *

Yes, that was really good and very well explained. I'm re-reading her book 'And Bones would Rain from the Sky' (another thread on here put me in mind of it) and it's so well worth reading a second time.


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Also reminds me how much easier it is to take in stuff when it's put in terms you can relate to - OF COURSE you're not interested in treats if someone's got a gun to your head, I must have read a million times that you have to start off sub threshold but it never quite clicked in the same way as this example did.


Me too, I knew it perfectly well, but it's such a good example.


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