|Title:||Response landscape graphs conceptualising the effects of arousal and affective state on training outcomes of operant conditioning in animal training.|
|Authors:||Starling, Melissa J.|
McGreevy, Paul D.
|Citation:||Starling, M. J., Branson, N., Cody, D, McGreevy, P.D. Conceptualising the impact of arousal and affective state on training outcomes of operant conditioning. Animals, 2013, 3(2), 300-317.|
|Abstract:||The files show a series of interactive three-dimensional conceptual graphs as exemplars to describing putative influences of both affective state and arousal on the likelihood of dogs and horses performing commonly desired behaviours. The files correspond to the figures in the manuscript that they are named for and contain figure captions.|
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|Type of Work:||Image|
|Type of Publication:||Pre-print|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Papers and Publications. Veterinary Science|
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