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In this paper, I outline the drawbacks with the two main behavioral approaches to animal behavior problems and argue that each alone is insufficient to underpin a field of clinical

In this paper, I outline the drawbacks with the two main behavioral approaches to animal behavior problems and argue that each alone is insufficient to underpin a field of clinical animal behavior. Applied ethology offers an interest in an animal’s spontaneous behavior in natural contexts, understood within an ecological and evolutionary context, but lacks an awareness of mechanisms that can be manipulated to modify the behavior of individual animals.

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    Wynne, Clive D.L. (2021) Contribution to the Special Issue on Clinical Ethology: Integrated Clinical Animal Behaviour. Behavior, 05 Feb 2021, pg 1-22, https://doi.org/10.1163/1568539X-bja10058

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