Past Lectures-Lecture Library
Over 2 dozen incredible lectures recorded Live for you to view OnDemand. All have CEU’s available. Go HERE for the list of Lectures.
2012-2013 LIVE Schedule
Moderator – Monique Udell, Ph.D.
Live Lectures will be held on the first Wednesday (USUALLY…please check each lecture) of each month from 8:00-9:30 p.m. Eastern time
Live Online-8:00-9:30 PM EDT (Midnight GMT)
December 4, 2013
Time: 8:00-9:30 PM EST (Midnight GMT)
Classical Conditioning in Dog Training-Thinking like a Dog Trainer Part 2
Speaker: Sue Alexander CPT-KSA, CBCC-KA, CDBC
There is a whole other realm of learning that dog trainers need to know about; the learning that occurs classically! Classical conditioning is the effect that results when two stimuli are paired together. Using classical conditioning in dog training is a powerful type of learning that can help you change behaviours in profound ways, getting at the underpinning of motivation for canine behaviour. (Available as a recording-OnDemand-after the lecture.)
2014 Schedule (tentative)
January 8th- Monty Sloan: Predatory Behavior (Wolf Park, USA)
February 5th- Krista Macpherson, MS : Dog Cognition (University of Western Ontario, Canada)
March 5th (Noon EST), -Kurt Kotrschal, PhD- Leader and Founder of the Wolf Science Center (Austria)
April 9th – Jacqueline Munera, CCBC, PCBC, CAP 2 – Cat Training and Behavior Expert (USA)
May 7th- Niwako Ogata, PhD- Clinical Dog Behavior (Purdue University, USA)
June 4th- Julie Hecht, MS- Canine Olfaction/Smell (DogSpies & Barnard College, USA)
Please go to: The Library for a detailed list of available lectures, fees and important information regarding registration and access to this wonderful resource. Each lecture is recorded and is available for purchase as an OnDemand session. Lectures are added to the Library for purchase 60 days after the Live lecture has been completed. The on-demand purchase of each lecture may be accessed three times within a month of the purchase date. Participants will receive a link to the recorded lecture, the suggested readings list and the CEU credit. Participants will NOT receive any handouts or course materials nor will they be able to ask questions of the lecturer.