Applying learning theory to the management of the horse: the difference between getting it right and getting it wrong.

Abstract

Horses constantly modify their behaviour as a result of experience. This involves the creation of an association between events or stimuli. The influence of people on the modification and generation of certain behaviour patterns extends beyond the intentional training of the horse. The impact of any action depends on how it is perceived by the horse, rather… (More)

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