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  2. Menace reflex - Wikipedia

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    The menace response is one of three forms of blink reflex. It includes the reflexive blinking that occurs specifically in response to the rapid approach of an object. [1] The menace response comprises blinking of the eyelids, in order to protect the eyes from potential damage, but may also include turning of the head, neck, or even the trunk ...

  3. Behaviour and Personality Assessment in Dogs (BPH)

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    The BPH describes 7 traits: sociability, play drive, food drive, owner contact, curiosity, fear/insecurity, and aggression or threat behaviour. The assessment takes approximately 30 – 45 minutes and has 7 parts, with an optional 8th. [5] Dogs of any breed (including mixed breeds) are able to participate, as long as they are over the age of 1 ...

  4. Dog training - Wikipedia

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    A dog trainer with the United States Navy, which primarily trains using positive reinforcement.. Dog training is a kind of animal training, the application of behavior analysis which uses the environmental events of antecedents (trigger for a behavior) and consequences to modify the dog behavior, either for it to assist in specific activities or undertake particular tasks, or for it to ...

  5. This dog DNA test can change your pet's life - AOL

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    This 4.5-out-of-5 star dog breed identification kit is typically valued at $79. But now you can grab this fun and informative test for only $60, and it ships free! Interested in going all in on ...

  6. Learned helplessness - Wikipedia

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    Learned helplessness. Learned helplessness refers to an alleged correlation between the behavior exhibited by a subject and that subject's experience of enduring repeated aversive stimuli beyond their control. It was initially thought to be caused by the subject's acceptance of their powerlessness, by way of their discontinuing attempts to ...

  7. Canine Good Citizen - Wikipedia

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    Nominal fee varies by tester. The Canine Good Citizen (CGC) program, established in 1989, is an American Kennel Club program to promote responsible dog ownership and to encourage the training of well-mannered dogs. [1] [2] [3] A dog and handler team must take a short behavioral evaluation of less than half an hour; dogs who pass the evaluation ...

  8. History of animal testing - Wikipedia

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    The history of animal testing goes back to the writings of the Ancient Greeks in the 4th and 3rd centuries BCE, with Aristotle (384–322 BCE) and Erasistratus (304–258 BCE) one of the first documented to perform experiments on nonhuman animals. [1] Galen, a physician in 2nd-century Rome, dissected pigs and goats, and is known as the "Father ...

  9. Dazzle reflex - Wikipedia

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    Dazzle reflex is a type of reflex blink where the eyelids involuntarily blink in response to a sudden bright light . Neurological pathways for the dazzle reflex involve subcortical pathways, such as the supraoptic nucleus and superior colliculus .