Dr. Susan G. Friedman

Susan G. Friedman, Ph.D. is a professor emeritus in the Department of Psychology at Utah State University. She has helped pioneer the cross-species application of behavior analysis to animals, using the same humane philosophy and scientifically sound teaching technology that has been so effective with human learners. Susan has co-authored chapters on behavior change in four veterinary texts, and her popular articles have been translated into 13 languages.

She gives seminars on animal learning at conferences and zoos around the world, is a member of Karen Pryor’s Clicker Expo faculty, and teaches yearly hands-on animal training workshops with Steve Martin (www.naturalencouters.com). Susan is the Parrot Division Chairperson of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC), the Chairperson of the Scientific Advisory Committee of American Humane Association (AHA) Film and TV Unit, and a member in good standing of ABAI, AZA, ABMA and IAATE.

This year She was included on the Vet Tech College’s list of “15 Animal Professors to Know.” Susan’s acclaimed on-line course, Living and Learning with Animals for behavior professionals, has provided even wider dissemination of effective, humane behavior change practices to students in over 30 countries (www.behaviorworks.org).
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  1. Why Animals Need Trainers Who Adhere to the Least Intrusive Principle: Improving Animal Welfare and Honing Trainers’ Skills
  2. Emotions Inside Out
  3. Don’t Get Burned by Blazing Clickers
  4. The Learning Planet
  5. Consuming Research Without Indigestion
  6. “ChoiceandControl” is Not a Single Word!
  7. Myths and Misconceptions
  8. Errorless Learning
  9. Living & Learning with Animals: A Super Short Course in the Science & Practice of Behavior Change - Part 2
  10. Living & Learning with Animals: A Super Short Course in the Science and Practice of Behavior Change - Part 1
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