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Degree ACAHW&B (Behaviour) Mind Map on Behaviour, created by BMcLean on 05/20/2013.

Created by BMcLean over 6 years ago
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1 Emotions
1.1 Frustration
1.1.1 Thwarting of an action Common Intensifies existing behaviour Problem animal becomes a danger
1.2 Relief
1.2.1 Successful completion of a motivation Nothing bad happens
1.3 Fear
1.3.1 Has a stimulus relating to it related to negative conception
1.4 Anxiety
1.4.1 anticipation of a potentially negative outcome new situation new environment previous negative experience
1.5 Phobia
1.5.1 Maladaptive Irrational fear out of proportion to risk fear lasts a disproportionate amount of time to the risk
2 Approaches to Behaviour
2.1 1. Description of the signs
2.1.1 barking
2.1.2 destruction
2.1.3 biting
2.2 2. Description of motivation and emotion
2.2.1 anxiety
2.2.2 fear
2.2.3 frustration
2.3 3. Working on the symptoms
2.3.1 Aversive (suppressive) methods signal to animals that behaviour is unwanted prevents the expression of the behaviour spray water rattle can shout shock collar !extreme cases!
2.3.2 Barrier methods emotion expressed but consequences avoided muzzles leads baby gates safety is paramount of animal, owner and public there are legal implications section 3 of dangerous dogs act. applies to all dogs and owners animal needs to be able to express emotions short term solution
3 Causes of behavioural issue
3.1 Stimulus
3.1.1 e.g. stranger or infection
3.1.2 Emotion Behavioural response Consequence e.g injury or mess on carpet e.g biting or diarrhoea could input here to cause a barrier. animal still 'sick' but no consequence e.g fear or pain
3.1.3 !!Need to break reaction between stimulus and emotion ideally!!
4 Need to work on the motivation
4.1 changes the need for the bad behaviour
4.1.1 determining the motivation take a behavioural history rearing, interactions, routine, experiences, reactions to stimuli medical conditions observe the animals directly on indirectly interpret body language signals understand the influence of the family system and environment
4.1.2 Consider contexts behaviour does not occur in isolation physical and social context information needed: why, where, when, whom?
5 Improving Behaviour
5.1 Modifying emotions
5.1.1 depends on self confidence
5.1.2 lack of self confidence fosters anxiety
5.1.3 lack of consistency and predictability fosters emotional instability
5.1.4 unrealistic expectations fosters frustration
5.2 Creating emotional stability
5.2.1 genetic influences on emotions (breed standards affect this)
5.2.2 start early - socialisation, habituation must be in a positive emotional state
5.2.3 remember significance of animals natural ethology dogs are pack animals cats solitary
5.2.4 enhance self confidence
5.2.5 decrease confusion
5.2.6 be consistant
5.3 Enhance self confidence
5.3.1 reward decision making spontaneous guided
5.3.2 reward appropriate responses even when expected
5.3.3 ignore needy behaviour no reward no rejection
5.3.4 reward emotional recovery
5.3.5 modify environment pheramones
5.4 Reduce confusion
5.4.1 face licking gathering scents, not showing affection
5.4.2 hugs form of attack
5.5 group benefits
5.5.1 no bullying in leadership
5.5.2 confidence is contagious

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