Cedarfield (cedarfield) wrote,
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Julie

Julie

"The results were quite unambiguous. The dogs who were rewarded for their correct responses and who simply had their incorrect responses ignored did considerably better. These dogs learned more quickly, and reached a higher level of proficiency than the dogs who received the "extra information" telling them when they were wrong."

Posted by Julie Rice on 10 Mar 2017, 12:26

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