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Other requirements of this second path include: demonstrating a thorough knowledge of the literature, scientific principles, and principles of animal behavior; submitting original contributions or original interpretations of animal behavior information; showing evidence of significant experience working interactively with a particular species as a researcher, research assistant, or intern with a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist prior to working independently with the species in a clinical animal behavior setting; attending and presenting a contributed talk or poster at an ABS Annual meeting prior to applying for certification; and meeting all the requirements for an Associate Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist (see next).
Animal behavior is recognized as a specialty by the American Board of Veterinary Specialists, and board certification in veterinary behavior is governed by the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists (ACVB).
The Animal Behavior Society recognizes children's books that portray animal behavior in an "accurate and compelling" manner (http:// www.animalbehavior.org/ABSEducation/), and these can complement hands-on studies.
This wide-ranging book discusses many aspects of animal behavior, care, training and intelligence.
He was able to satisfy his own interests and his academic requirements through the classes in animal behavior that were offered in the college's psychology department.
Recently, ethologists have applied the study of animal behavior to an increasing number of problems relating to conserving rare, declining, and threatened animal species.
Pajor, who researches animal behavior and management issues, says the science on the practice is inconclusive.
What is less well known is the development of a feminist sociobiology by a spirited, talented and political group of feminists within the field of animal behavior, especially primatology.
Steve Diller, animal behaviorist, of the Center for Animal Behavior and Canine Instruction in Elmsford, NY, says "no one answer works for all dogs." But rather than scream, panic, or run, Diller says freeze.
These are but a few of the cultural consequences of Protestant hermeneutics: Harrison also offers quite convincing explanations of how an aversion to the allegorical and an insistence on the literal could nonetheless accommodate the typological approach so common in early modern England, for instance, and how the gap between recent observations of animal behavior and their traditional status as moral exemplars allowed for the creation of a new genre of beast fables around 1700, and in what way the efforts to discover or invent anew the lost lingua Adamica arose from and were largely consistent with this scientific mentality.
He provides remarkable insights into animal behavior, bringing to vivid life the creatures we can still see fleetingly in our last wild places.
The owner produced a series of witnesses in opposition, including two tenants, a resident superintendent and a building porter, all of whom gave sworn testimony as to the tenant's inability to control the dogs in the public hallways and lobby, the dogs' aggressive conduct and the detrimental impact that this uncontrolled animal behavior had upon the building's residents and employees.

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