An 8-Step Program: Shaping and Fixed-Time Food Delivery Effects on Several Approximations and Undesired Responses in Goats. Page: iii
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First and foremost, I would like to thank Dr. Jesuis Rosales-Ruiz, for his guidance,
patience, and delicate shaping skills in helping me achieve all of my research, and for
being an advisor, mentor, and friend. I would also like to thank Dr. Manish Vaidya, for
his willingness to patiently endure my questions and comments about research and
science, and to provide some insightful comments along the way. I owe a debt of
gratitude to Dr. Rick Smith, who, in the process of postponing his own summer desires,
valiantly offered to serve on my thesis committee. I am very grateful to the staff at the
Frank Buck Zoo, for offering their facility to ORCA over the past two years to both train
students and conduct research with a variety of their animals. I owe a special thanks to
Nicole Dorey, Danette Bramblitt, Karen Belhumeur, Andrea Gamble, Paula Murphy, Jill
Scarbro, Stephanie Topolovic, Carrie Haycraft, Joe Cermak, Dawn Schinman, Bric
Harris, and all the other students who consistently endured ugly weather, ornery animals,
and the occasional ill-tempered researcher to make this and all of our zoo research
possible. Finally, I would like to thank everyone in the Department of Behavior
Analysis, for giving me the opportunity to expand my academic repertoire, and for
allowing I and other students to do what is generally unheard of: Let students create their
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Fernandez, Eduardo J. An 8-Step Program: Shaping and Fixed-Time Food Delivery Effects on Several Approximations and Undesired Responses in Goats., thesis, May 2003; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc4219/m1/4/: accessed January 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .