by Alexandra Kurland
Stimulus control stabilizes behavior and creates good manners.
Cues act like green lights. They tell the horse which behavior will earn him reinforcement at this particular moment. When a behavior is fully on cue, you are saying to your horse that you want the behavior when you ask for it and ONLY when you ask for it.
"Lesson 4: Stimulus Control" will show you how to teach cues, and how to use them to create a mannerly, focused, happy horse. When you hear the word "respect," think stimulus control instead.
by Ken Ramirez Ken Ramirez is head trainer at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium, and a leader in the zoo and aquarium training world. Ken has selected and organized almost 600 pages...
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