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Research Interests

Applied Behaviour Analysis, canine behaviour, human-canine interactions & relationships, anthrozoology, verbal behaviour, rule-governed behaviour & contingency-shaped behaviour, metacontingencies & cultural practices, interbehaviourism, human & canine learning & behaviour change, single-case research designs, systematic reviews & meta-statistics

MSc Applied Behaviour Analysis
BSc (Hons) Applied Animal Behaviour
Dog trainer in accordance with animal welfare legislation
 (awarded by Austrian Ministry of Health)

Research Statement

I am currently studying towards the PhD at the School of Biological Sciences, Queen's University Belfast. My research involves mainly applied aspects of behaviour analysis with human-dog teams (e.g., caregiver training and functional analysis). However, I am also interested in underlying behavioural processes and respective research (e.g., persistence, reinforcement), historical, philosophical and theoretical aspects of behaviour analysis (e.g., cultural selection), as well as human-canine relationships, learning, and animal welfare, in general.


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