Friday, March 30, 2012

Six Flags Safari Gives College Students the Chance to Study Behavior

The 15 students are attending a semester-long seminar at Six Flags Great Adventure and Wild Animal Safari to study how animal and human behavior correlates. Their professor, Lisa Dinella, was inspired to create the class after taking her own child to the dolphin show at Great Adventure and listening to handlers discuss animal training. One lesson driving her class is the principle of operant conditioning, which states that behavior is guided by learned consequences. more

1 comment:

John said...

This is a very beautiful and interesting research
The most educating one i have read today!

Nice work done by prof. LISA

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