How Horses Learn: Equine Psychology Applied to Training
How Horses Learn covers the basic concepts in learning psychology with emphasis on the unique learning characteristics of the horse. The author provides a through scientific review of much of the information known about learning in horses, then applies this information to specific training situations.
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Part One Learning Behavior in the Horse
Chapter Two Sensory Systems in the Horse
Chapter Three Basic Concepts in Learning
Chapter Four A Scientific Review of Learning in the Horse
Part Two Applying Learning Principles in Training
Chapter Six Influencing Learning Patterns through
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