VIEWING HUMAN MISTAKES AS FEEDBACK
SUSAN G. FRIEDMAN, PH.D., & KEN RAMIREZ
As positive reinforcement trainers, we don’t dwell on an animal’s mistakes or punish them, we set up the environment to increase the likelihood for success the next time. But why don’t we take that same approach with ourselves?
Listen in as Susan G. Friedman, PhD. of Behavior Works and Ken Ramirez explore this concept at an earlier ClickerExpo. You can join them both when ClickerExpo goes virtual, January 29 -31, 2021.
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