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Wideo jest stałym jej przejść stronę końca końcem zniszczenie wie from your dog. There are a bunch of misconceptions with e-collar training E-collar training is more about using a ball as a reward, than it is about using the e-collar. What we enjoy most is seeing dogs that have spent their whole life on a leash, now being 100% Off-Leash and obedient! We thrive off of seeing the both the dogs' and the owners' face when they have mastered a new command without the restriction of a leash. Dog Training Packages. What we enjoy most is seeing dogs that have spent their whole life on a leash, now being 100% Off-Leash and obedient! We thrive off of seeing the both the dogs' and the owners' face when they have mastered a new command without the restriction of a leash. Skip to content You'll see these abbreviations pop up on the list fairly often. They are abbreviations for terms used Operant Conditioning that describe the consequence that follows a specific behavior. Combining reinforcement and punishment with positive and negative gives you what are commonly referred to as the four quadrants of Operant Conditioning: Negative reinforcement Something is REMOVED to INCREASE the future likelihood of a behavior. For example, the forced retrieve a dog's ear is pinched to force him to open his mouth to take the dumbbell. When the dog opens his mouth the desired behavior the ear is released. He is more likely to open his mouth for the dumbbell the future. The problem with referring to these terms as the four quadrants is two-fold. First, it implies that the four techniques are equally weighted importance. Second, it leaves out the fifth concept, extinction. Let's look at this second issue first. Extinction is lack of reinforcement. Nothing is added OR taken away from the situation. Essentially, nothing happens. For example, say you are training your dog for competition obedience. You want a tucked sit one which his front feet remain stationary, and the sit is carried out by bringing the back feet forward and tucking the bum. When your dog offers a tucked sit, you give him a cookie. If he offers a rollback sit one where he walks his front feet backwards you do nothing except set up the next repetition. You 't say no. You 't jerk his collar. You 't eat his cookie yourself. You ignore it. You pretend it didn't happen. That response just didn't work. Extinction weakens behavior and makes it less like to occur again the future. Extinction is not the same as P-. Read a comparison of P- and extinction here. Now let's look at the first issue. While all five concepts modify behavior, they are not equally useful a training program. All of them except positive reinforcement are an aversive experience for the animal. P+ is the obvious addition of an aversive. R- is the taking away of an aversive, but because the aversive has to be applied order to be removed, the overall experience of learning using R- is unpleasant for the student. Even though P- and extinction 't involve the use of an aversive, the experiences themselves having something you want taken away or not getting what you want, respectively are less than fun. In the end, R+ is the best choice for training. Unfortunately, it's impossible to train using only R+. At the very least, because you are rewarding some responses and not others, you must use a combination of R+ and extinction. Here's a graphic that illustrates how a clicker trainer might balance his training: Is it important to know these definitions? Yes, it is, because it helps us understand each other much better. For example, everyday usage, positive and negative often mean good and bad. However, clicker training, positive and negative mean something added or taken away. Punishment is another word that carries strong connotations everyday language. In Operant Conditioning, punishment means strictly making a behavior less likely to occur again the future. This entry was posted FAQ and tagged extinction, faq, negative punishment, negative reinforcement, operant conditioning, P+, positive punishment, positive reinforcement, R+ on June 15. Dana February 15 at 9 pm Hi, I'm interested knowing the exact %s for each slice, what they represent and how they were obtained I'd really appreciate the input for this would be a great proof of +R working but without the source study and this information… it can't be used as a proof. Thank you advance Dana Ignat. The club uses the fees from the training to go back into the club to provide equipment etc... we will also give some money to a dog charity of our choosing. With this being our first Year we need to payback the money spent on getting equipment in order to start training and any extra money made will then be discussed at the AGM. Most high-performance dog sports and occupations are embracing positive training methods with amazing results, including: Yet, despite the proven effectiveness of positive training methods, Outstanding animal trainers of all kinds predominantly employ positive training methods with