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Mojo Week 2

Week 2

Monday

The podiatrist came today to do Mojo’s feet, he is very sensitive to having his feathers touched but obviously I haven’t had time to do anything about that yet. 589 more words

Horse Behaviour

The Question of Punishment

It sends lightning down my spine whenever I look myself in the mirror. Watching myself, my past, my present and my intended future looking back at me in scrutiny and examining my thoughts and actions. 219 more words

Conditioning the bridge signal

To commence reward based training with Mojo I have first to classically condition the bridge signal. A bridge signal is to tell the horse he has done the correct behaviour, it is applied as soon as the behaviour we want occurs – the reward can then be given once the horse is calm and relaxed e.g not mugging or looking for the reward. 337 more words

When I am a boy or a girl...I call myself ArdhanaRESHwar

Summer camps are often thrilling times for kids. It’s all of those fun moments where a teenager gets to discover their wild side in the wilderness. 1,139 more words

Health

Being Classically Conditioned

Firstly to define- classical conditioning “is one form of learning in which an organism “learns” through establishing associations between different events and stimuli” (Alleydog). It was first proposed by Ian Pavlov in his attempt to condition dogs to associate the sound of a bell with treats when it rang. 663 more words

Consumer Behaviour

Stop Copying Me!

(Umm…that’s the wrong one – The Brilliance of Stimulus Generalisation)

The other day my Dad decided to be wonderful and go grocery shopping. BRILLIANT! We all thought, especially Mum. 543 more words

Blondes or Brunettes: It’s All About Conditioning

Like it or not, we all have preferences in choosing romantic partners.  Piercings, freckles, hair color, eye color, body physique – through adolescence and into adulthood, we begin to develop sexual preferences to help guide our choice in whom to talk to, whom to date, and whom to marry.   469 more words

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