Here`s another great article:
Okay, so I've tried looking this up but I'm not really sure how to phrase it and I'm wondering if maybe one of you can explain it to me better.
So treating/petting/soothing words are supposedly not reinforcing fear. They say you can't reinforce fear because you can't reinforce an emotion, the example I saw was if your friend was scared of elevators and you gave them a hug and tea afterwards it wouldn't make them more afraid of elevators. That makes sense.
Then there's training for settle, which to me seems like I'm trying to reinforce a calm mindset rather than just a position, settle being different than lie down. A method I've seen for training this is to drop a treat down calmly while they're in a settled state of mind/body. This makes sense, but it seems like reinforcing the emotion/state of mind, rather than a behavior.
So am I totally missing something? Can you reinforce an emotion or not?
How to Learn Clicker Training in 7 Days?
Master Clicker Training in 7
If you want to master clicker training quickly then I recomend a powerful training guide about thsi topic. It covers nearly every bit of information you wanted to know about clicker training, plus more…
Just imagine being able to clicker train your pet in just 7 days (or less) without becoming frustrated or wasting your time.
==> Read my review about dog training with clicker