Browsing by Author "Browne, Clare Melody"

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  • Animal olfactory detection of human diseases: Guidelines and systematic review

    Edwards, Timothy L.; Browne, Clare Melody; Schoon, Adee; Cox, Christophe; Poling, Alan (Elsevier, 2017)
    Animal olfactory detection of human diseases has attracted an increasing amount of interest from researchers in recent years. Because of the inconsistent findings reported in this body of research and the complexity of ...
  • Examination of the Accuracy and Applicability of Information in Popular Books on Dog Training

    Browne, Clare Melody; Starkey, Nicola J.; Foster, T. Mary; McEwan, James S.A. (Brill Academic publishers, 2017)
    There is a wealth of popular literature available on dog behavior and training; sourcing reliable and trustworthy advice is important to achieving successful training. The aim of this study was to select five best-selling ...
  • Influences of indication response requirement and target prevalence on dogs’ performance in a scent-detection task

    Edwards, Timothy L.; Giezen, Claudia; Browne, Clare Melody (Elsevier BV, 2022)
    Scent-detection dogs assist humans with many socially significant tasks and hold promise for assisting with many others. However, the methods used to train scent-detection dogs and the conditions under which they work are ...
  • The Effects of Delayed Positive Reinforcement on Learning in Dogs

    Browne, Clare Melody (University of Waikato, 2015)
    Domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) have lived closely with humans for thousands of years. Successful dog training is important for dogs to fulfil the many roles that they play within human societies, and to aid good human-dog ...
  • Timing of reinforcement during dog training

    Browne, Clare Melody; Starkey, Nicola J.; Foster, T. Mary; McEwan, James S.A. (2011)
    Research on dog-human communication has demonstrated that dogs are extremely responsive to human cues such as pointing, eye gazing and vocalizations. Because dogs are so receptive to such cues, it is reasonable to assume ...

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