EQUIOSITY

The site about all things equine 
with a special emphasis on the horse-human bond

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Presented by Alexandra Kurland and Dominique Day

We both love training. When the two of us get together, it's a non-stop conversation. That is what we want to share on this web site.

 

Listen and Learn

Audio Course Series

An Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis

The first of the Listen and Learn audio course series.  Alexandra and Dominique have invited Behavior Analyst Mary Hunter to join them to present this exploration of Applied behavior analysis fundamentals. The course is delivered in their usual, friendly, conversational tone.  

 

If you are a beginner, you will feel very welcome.  We begin with basics, and we ask Mary lots of the same questions you would be asking.  

 

If you are a student of behavior analysis, you’ll enjoy the many "rabbit holes" we journey down. 

 

The course is divided into 6 units.  Each topic within these units has an audio file plus accompanying notes.  The notes summarize the audio file and provide additional videos, references, and lessons for you to explore. 

ABOUT EQUIOSITY

What does Equiosity mean?

Take "equus" and combine that with "curiosity" and you get Equiosity.  That explains what this website is all about.  We are endlessly curious about horses. Over the coming months, we will be sharing our love of horses and fascination with training.

Alexandra  Kurland

Dominique Day

 

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There is always so much more to say about every subject we talk about in the podcast.  So to complement the podcast content,  we've chosen some bonus materials for you.

To get these materials all you have to do is subscribe to our library.  You will receive an email that will give you access to this subscriber only section of the web site.

 

Podcast

September 17, 2020

A wrap up of the recent Science Camp sparked a lively conversation centered around choice.  We end the podcast with a story that illustrates what choice looks like.  We get there by talking about zoo programs, trailering, keystone behaviors, and errorless learning....

August 28, 2020

Dominique loves to learn. She is forever finding interesting articles and scientific studies for us to discuss. This week we consider one that looks at machine learning and the 85% rule. This doesn’t sound as though it could possibly be related to equine hugs, but it i...

August 19, 2020

You can learn anything from the internet.  Google any subject and you will get a long list of links.  But having access doesn’t always help you to know where to start and how to proceed.  In this week’s podcast Dr. Susan Friedman lays out a road map to help you in your...

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