Applied Animal Behavior
Using animal behavior and psychology
to promote animal welfare
Both wild and domesticated species exhibit drives to perform genetically programmed behaviors. When an animal cannot perform these behaviors due to environment, the energy often transforms into increased stress, anxiety, and abnormal, undesirable behaviors.
Charles Darwin once wrote that differences between species were of degree, and not kind. What he meant is that all species share the same capacities to some degree. Therefore, we can all benefit from the same positive approach to behavior based on:
You may see how these principles can apply to both human and non-human animals!
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