Changing Problem Behaviour is a manual for implementing programmes designed to change behaviour. From the functional assessment of problem behaviours, through constructing and implementing a behaviour changing programme and transitioning to the ongoing maintenance of changes. It takes a behaviour analytic approach with a strong emphasis on positive reinforcement based methods and avoidance of aversive methods. It presents a systematic and natural science based approach to managing problem behaviour cases for professional animal behaviourists. The strategies and procedures are applicable to all species.
James O’Heare, CABC, is president of The Companion Animal Sciences Institute, Director of the Association of Animal Behaviour Professionals, editor of the Journal of Applied Companion Animal Behaviour and owner of Behave tech publishing. James has studied the natural science and technology of behaviour extensively and has written multiple books on the subject, which have sold throughout the world. James has been helping companion animal guardians resolve problem behaviour, writing and teaching since the early 1990’s.
Published 2010 Dogwise Publishing
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“Understanding the mind of an animal is key to training it. “Changing Problem Behavior: A Systematic & Comprehensive Approach To Behavior Change Project Management” is a veterinary psychology manual from James O’Heare, detailing analytical approach to training behaviors out of animals that is causing issues for the owner and pet union. With the fundamentals that can apply to all species, O’Heare provides a solid and very highly recommended guide for those who must train animals. “Changing Problem Behavior” is a core addition to any veterinary psychology collection.” James A. Cox
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We give you all three of the major Ebook formats when you purchase from us – Adobe PDF, Mobi (For Kindle), and ePub (Sony Bookreader, Nook, Ipad/phone/touch, Droid, and other e-reader devices).
You can download each of these 3 formats up to 3 times.
The PDF format is great for printing.
You aren’t locked into one brand of bookreader when you buy from us. For example, if you own a Kindle now, and are planning on buying an Ipad, you’ll be able to read our books on both devices easily.
You don’t even need an Ebook reader! Just download the PDF version of the book and read it on your computer.
PDF Format Kindle Format (MOBI) Sony Bookreader / Ipad / Android (EPUB)
File Format Help:
PDF Format – This format is the best for viewing on your PC or if you want to print out the book. You will need the Adobe PDF Reader which can be downloaded from Adobe here
EPub Format – This is format is supported by the Sony Reader, Barnes and Noble Nook, and the Apple Ipad/Itouch/Iphone. Please note that most smartphones and other bookreaders use the Epub format. Refer to your user manual for specific instructions or contact us and we’ll be happy to help you out.
To Add a book to your Ipad/touch/phone
Make sure you have the latest version of Itunes. In addition make sure you have the iBooks app installed available free from Apple.
Download the Epub file with your computer – using the Safari Browser built into your Apple Device will not work.
Connect your Apple Device to your computer.
Drag the Epub file into your Library, it should go into the books folder.
Select your Ipad in the devices dialogue on the left hand side.
Go to the books tab and make sure you have the sync books option turned on.
You can now sync your Apple Device and the book should appear in your bookshelf.
Mobi Format – This format is the Kindle Specific format.
To add a Mobi (“.mobi”) Ebook to your Kindle:
Turn your Kindle on
Connect the Kindle to your computer using the USB cable that came with your Kindle
Drag and drop the “.mobi” Ebook file into the documents folder on your Kindle
When the USB activity indicator on your Kindle stops flashing, “Safely Remove Mass Storage Device” (Windows) or “Eject” (Mac) the Kindle from your computer
When the USB activity indicator on your Kindle stops flashing, unplug the USB cable from your Kindle
The Ebook should now appear in your Kindle library
Here is how to transfer to your Kindle if you have a Mac:
Barnes and Noble Nook
Connect your Nook to your PC or Mac using the USB cable. If you are unfamiliar how to do this, read the USB Connectivity section in the Nook User Manual.
Once Nook is connected to your computer, you will see a series of folders: “my documents”, “my music”, “my screensavers”, etc.
Copy the .epub file you downloaded from Dogwise.com to the “my documents” folder on your Nook. Nook Color Users: The file goes into the main Nook Color drive, do not place it in any of the folders on the Nook Color. The device will then move the file itself.
When the .epub file has been copied and is visible in the “my documents” folder on your Nook, use your computer to unmount or eject your Nook before disconnecting the USB cable.
After disconnecting, tap “my library” on the Nook’s touchscreen, and select “View My Documents” to open and read your ebook.
We recommend using the Alkido Book Reader – available free on the Marketplace on your phone/tablet.
Download the Epub file on your PC.
Put the file onto your SDcard / Phone memory by connecting your phone to your computer with the USB cable.
Open the Alkido App, select the home icon, select SD card.
Find the folder named Download, the epub file you downloaded should be in it, select import into Alkido.
Connect your Sony Reader to your PC or Mac using the USB cable. If you are unfamiliar how to do this, read the Transferring Content section of the User’s Guide
Once the Sony Reader is connected to your computer, you can use either the Sony Reader Library software to transfer the file onto your reader
When the .epub file has been copied, use your computer to unmount or eject your Sony Reader before disconnecting the USB cable.