WHAT IS AROUSAL, AND WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?
LINDSAY WOOD BROWN
In shelter adoption centers we often see behaviors we label as “high arousal.” What is arousal? How do conditions and consequences increase or reduce aroused behavior? Can we be strategic about our use of conditions to facilitate the level of arousal we want in behavior?
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