Constructional Aggression Treatment (CAT)*
Shaping your way out of aggression
DVD by Dr. Jesus Rosales-Ruiz and Kellie Snider
-2009-America-3rd Edition-6 dvd's 10 hours NTSC system.
The third edition DVD set is presented here with new video, fine-tuned and expanded procedures, and a document CD included. More camera angles, added trials, Q & A's and before/after sets. (DVD COVERS MAY VARY AND CHANGE)
As a result of the first DVD set, professional and novice trainers around the world (nine countries and counting) are using the C.A.T. procedure and changing dogs’ lives and the lives of the people who care about them.
Current consensus in behavioral science labels aggression as a classical conditioning problem, and the treatment, accordingly, is desensitization and counter conditioning. But that might all be changing. Research done at the University of North Texas suggests that classical treatments for aggression may have us all barking up the wrong tree. Kellie and Dr. Jesus Rosales-Ruiz have devised a shaping-based, operant approach to treating aggression in clients' homes that is producing stronger and much faster results than classical treatments. This seminar introduces the UNT research and Kellie and Jesus' training procedure. (Demo video and live demonstration is used to see their training in action.) Other topics covered include cue poisoning, functional analyses of aggressive behaviors, and stimulus control. (Five DVDs.)
Research done by University of North Texas associate professor Jesús Rosales-Ruiz, Ph.D. with researcher Kellie Snider, M.S. demonstrates that classical treatments for aggression have us barking up the wrong tree. C.A.T. is a humane improvement over desensitization, counter conditioning and distraction procedures. C.A.T. is an operant approach to treating aggression, not in a laboratory, but in the real world where aggression occurs. C.A.T. typically produces long-lasting results in far less time than any positive treatment available until now, and without the undesirable side-effects that are common with punishment procedures. This new presentation addresses issues of generalization and stimulus control in greater detail than in the original DVD set, giving viewers more information about how to maintain and expand the results of the treatment.
C.A.T. is a functional approach to changing aggressive behavior. It acknowledges that the dog is already receiving reinforcement for aggression and sets up a procedure in which the same reinforcer that currently supports the aggression is arranged to follow only desirable, safe behaviors. As the procedure progresses, the ultimate outcome is a once-aggressive dog that is now friendly.
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