Best Animal Psychology Science in Zoology Books
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1. Dinosaur Coloring Book for Kids: Ages – 1-3 2-4 4-8 First of the Coloring Books for Boys Girls Great Gift for Little Children and Baby Toddler with Cute Jurassic Prehistoric Animals
Author: by ColoredUniverse
Published at: Independently published (January 25, 2021)
Does your child love dinosaur toys? Dinosaur Coloring Book for boys and girls will be a great addition to their dinosaur toys and will help Preschoolers understand it is interesting to spend time beginning to explore the world, developing their imagination and creativity.
Dinosaur Coloring Book for kids of different ages, for Baby Toddler 1-3 2-4 and Little children 4-8 Years Old. We have specially drawn Dinosaurs cute, kind and funny. This First of the Dinosaur Coloring Books for kids creates positive atmosphere in which Jurassic Prehistoric Animals are created for friendship and fun with your toddler – one cute appearance looking like a cartoon.
Stylized to look like the famous real-life species: Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex), Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Spinosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Pachycephalosaur, Parasaurolophus, Diplodocus, Ankylosaurs, Megalodon Shark, Baby hatched from dinosaur eggs, and much more. Pages of this color book introduce your children to Jurassic Prehistoric Animals who lived on our planet many, many years ago.
2. The Genius of Birds
Author: by Jennifer Ackerman
Published at: Penguin Books; Reprint edition (April 11, 2017)
Lovely, celebratory. For all the belittling of bird brains,’ [Ackerman] shows them to be uniquely impressive machines … New York Times Book Review A lyrical testimony to the wonders of avian intelligence. Scientific AmericanAn award-winning science writer tours the globe to reveal what makes birds capable of such extraordinary feats of mental prowess Birds are astonishingly intelligent creatures.
According to revolutionary new research, some birds rival primates and even humans in their remarkable forms of intelligence. In The Genius of Birds, acclaimed author Jennifer Ackerman explores their newly discovered brilliance and how it came about. As she travels around the world to the most cutting-edge frontiers of research, Ackerman not only tells the story of the recently uncovered genius of birds but also delves deeply into the latest findings about the bird brain itself that are shifting our view of what it means to be intelligent.
At once personal yet scientific, richly informative and beautifully written, The Genius of Birds celebrates the triumphs of these surprising and fiercely intelligent creatures. Ackerman is also the author of Birds by the Shore: Observing the Natural Life of the Atlantic Coast.
3. The Genius of Dogs: How Dogs Are Smarter Than You Think
Author: by Brian Hare
Published at: Plume; 1st edition (October 29, 2013)
The perfect gift for dog lovers and readers of Inside of a Dog by Alexandra Horowitzthis New York Times bestseller offers mesmerizing insights into the thoughts and lives of our smartest and most beloved pets. Does your dog feel guilt?
Is she pretending she can’t hear you? Does she want affectionor just your sandwich? In their New York Times bestselling book The Genius of Dogs, husband and wife team Brian Hare and Vanessa Woods lay out landmark discoveries from the Duke Canine Cognition Center and other research facilities around the world to reveal how your dog thinks and how we humans can have even deeper relationships with our best four-legged friends.
Breakthroughs in cognitive science have proven dogs have a kind of genius for getting along with people that is unique in the animal kingdom. This dog genius revolution is transforming how we live and work with dogs of all breeds, and what it means for you in your daily life with your canine friend.
4. Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are?
Author: by Frans de Waal
Published at: W. W. Norton & Company; 1st edition (April 4, 2017)
A New York Times bestseller: “A passionate and convincing case for the sophistication of nonhuman minds.” Alison Gopnik, The AtlanticHailed as a classic, Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? Explores the oddities and complexities of animal cognitionin crows, dolphins, parrots, sheep, wasps, bats, chimpanzees, and bonobosto reveal how smart animals really are, and how we’ve underestimated their abilities for too long.
Did you know that octopuses use coconut shells as tools, that elephants classify humans by gender and language, and that there is a young male chimpanzee at Kyoto University whose flash memory puts that of humans to shame? Fascinating, entertaining, and deeply informed, de Waal’s landmark work will convince you to rethink everything you thought you knew about animaland humanintelligence.32 illlustrations
5. From Fearful to Fear Free: A Positive Program to Free Your Dog from Anxiety, Fears, and Phobias
Author: by Marty Becker DVM
Published at: Health Communications Inc; Illustrated edition (April 17, 2018)
Almost every dog owner has a pet who suffers from fear, anxiety, and stress (FAS). They are the underlying cause of many concerning behaviors such as excessive barking, aggression, destructive behaviors, and house-soiling. They are also the source for deterioration of the human-animal bond, and can make a trip to the veterinarian, pet groomer, or boarding facility miserable for pet and owner alike.
Left untreated, these negative experiences can lead to devastating consequences and permanent damage. Unfortunately, many well-meaning owners misinterpret or overlook the often subtle signs of emotional injury and turmoil, or think that the pet will simply “outgrow” it. This leads to unnecessary trauma and suffering.
Common FAS triggers include: Trips to the veterinarian (even for routine services such as vaccinations and nail trims) Bath time, brushing, or cleaning ears. Loud noises; thunderstorms; fireworks; the vacuum cleaner; construction; gunshots; or even buzzers on appliances. Less-familiar people or animals encountered on walks or near the home.
6. Veterinary Anatomy Coloring Book: Animals Physiology Self-Quiz Color Workbook for Studying and Relaxation | Perfect gift For Vet Students and even Adults
Author: by Anatomy Academy
Published at: Muze Publishing (August 27, 2020)
The Only Veterinary Anatomy Self-Test Coloring BookColoring animal physiology and their systems is the most effective way to study the structure and functions of veterinary anatomy. You assimilate information and make visual associations with key terminology when coloring in the Veterinary Anatomy Book, all while having fun!
Whether you are following a veterinary anatomy course or just interested in animals and their anatomy, let this book guide you. While other books give you the anatomy terminology immediately, this book is designed for convenient self-testing by providing the answer keys on the back of the same page so you can get the most out of your studies.
Plus, the detailed illustrations of the animal’s anatomical systems in a large page design without back-to-back drawings will make you say goodbye to bleed-through! The Veterinary Anatomy Coloring Book features:The most effective way to skyrocket your anatomical knowledge of animals, all while having fun!
Full coverage of the major animal body systems to provide context and reinforce visual recognition25 unique, easy-to-color illustrations of different animals with their anatomical terminologyLarge 8. 5 by 11-inch single side paper so you can easily remove your coloringSelf-quizzing for each illustration, with convenient same-page answer keysDiscover the anatomy of the following animals:ElephantCatChickenDogHorseFrogGiraffeGoatPenguinBearRabbit And many moreJoins thousands of others who have made their studies more fun and efficient!
7. Mind of the Raven: Investigations and Adventures with Wolf-Birds
Author: by Bernd Heinrich
Heinrich involves us in his quest to get inside the mind of the raven. But as animals can only be spied on by getting quite close, Heinrich adopts ravens, thereby becoming a “raven father,” as well as observing them in their natural habitat.
He studies their daily routines, and in the process, paints a vivid picture of the ravens’ world. At the heart of this book are Heinrich’s love and respect for these complex and engaging creatures, and through his keen observation and analysis, we become their intimates too.
Heinrich’s passion for ravens has led him around the world in his research. Mind of the Raven follows an exotic journeyfrom New England to Germany, and from Montana to Baffin Island in the high Arcticoffering dazzling accounts of how science works in the field, filtered through the eyes of a passionate observer of nature.
Each new discovery and insight into raven behavior is thrilling to read, at once lyrical and scientific.
8. A Wolf Called Romeo
Author: by Nick Jans
Published at: Mariner Books; Illustrated edition (March 17, 2015)
Jans is an exceptional storytellerno nature writer can top him in terms of sheer emotional force. New York Times A Wolf Called Romeo is the true story of the exceptional black wolf who spent seven years interacting with the people and dogs of Juneau, Alaska, living on the edges of their community, engaging in an improbable, awe-inspiring interspecies dance, and bringing the wild into sharp focus.
When Romeo first appeared, author Nick Jans and the other citizens of Juneau were wary, but as Romeo began to tag along with cross-country skiers on their daily jaunts, play fetch alongside local dogs, or simply lie near Nick and nap under the sun on a quiet afternoon, Nick and the rest of Juneau came to accept Romeo, and he them.
Part memoir, part moving animal narrative, part foray into the mystique, lore, science, and history of the wolf, A Wolf Called Romeo is a book no animal lover should miss. Beautifully written, A Wolf Called Romeo is a thoughtful and moving story about one of nature’s most evocative animals.
9. Treat Everyone Like a Dog: How a Dog Trainer's World View Can Improve Your Life
Author: by Karen B. London PhD
Published at: Animal Point Press (October 21, 2020)
They’re hiding in plain sight. People who are really good at influencing the behavior of those around them walk among us. The people in question are dog trainers, and they know how to get others to do what they want them to do and how to get them to stop doing things that bother them.
Most importantly, they know how to do it in a kind, loving way that can improve the relationships they have with those other individuals. What dog trainers do is based on principles, ideas, and techniques that are well-known in their field, but not so well-known outside of it.
Dog trainers know how to teach dogs to turn around and come running to them even if the dog was chasing a squirrel, to drop a bone on request, and to greet people at the door politely instead of jumping up on every visitor.
If they can successfully teach these skills and many more to another species, don’t you want to know what they know about influencing behavior? Dr. Karen London has been a dog trainer and canine behaviorist for nearly 25 years, and applying the lessons from her professional experience to the rest of her life has made her interactions with people better and more effective.
10. Alex & Me: How a Scientist and a Parrot Discovered a Hidden World of Animal Intelligence–and Formed a Deep Bond in the Process
Author: by Irene Pepperberg
Alex & Me is the remarkable true story of an extraordinary relationship between psychologist Irene M. Pepperberg and Alex, an African Grey parrot who proved scientists and accepted wisdom wrong by demonstrating an astonishing ability to communicate and understand complex ideas.
A New York Times bestseller and selected as one of the paper’s Top Ten Books of the Year, Alex & Me is much more that the story of an incredible scientific breakthrough. It’s a poignant love story and an affectionate remembrance of Pepperberg’s irascible, unforgettable, and always surprising best friend.
11. Reaching the Animal Mind: Clicker Training and What It Teaches Us About All Animals
Author: by Karen Pryor
Published at: Scribner; 1st edition (June 8, 2010)
From the founder of clicker training, the widely praised humane approach to shaping animal behavior, comes a fascinating bookpart memoir, part insight into how animals and people think and behave. A celebrated pioneer in the field of no-punishment animal training, Karen Pryor is responsible for developing clicker trainingan all-positive, safe, effective way to modify and shape animal behaviorand she has changed the lives of millions of animals.
Practical, engrossing, and full of fascinating stories about Pryor’s interactions with animals of all sorts, Reaching the Animal Mind presents the sum total of her life’s work. She explains the science behind clicker training, how and why it works, and offers step-by-step instructions on how you can clicker-train any animal in your life.
For bonus video clips, slide shows, articles, downloadable exercises, and links expanding on the contents of the book, go to ReachingtheAnimalMind.Com.
12. How Dogs Think: What the World Looks Like to Them and Why They Act the Way They Do
Author: by Stanley Coren
Published at: Atria Books; Reprint edition (June 6, 2005)
How Dogs Think is a sharp-eyed analysis and wry wit (The Seattle Times) analysis of dog behavior from bestselling author, psychologist, and world-renowned expert, Dr. Stanley Coren. With smart humor, Cohen presents informative, in-depth, and fascinating details that shatter many common misconceptions about our four-legged friends.
Bestselling author, psychologist, and world-renowned expert on dog behavior and training Dr. Stanley Coren presents the most informative, in-depth, fascinating book yet on dogs. Acclaimed for its solid scientific research and entertaining, eminently readable style, How Dogs Think gives you the insight that you need to understand the silly, quirky, and apparently irrational behaviors that dogs demonstrate, as well as those stunning flashes of brilliance and creativity that they also can display.
It lets you see through a dog’s eyes, hear through his ears, and even sense the world through his nose, as Coren presents a fascinating picture of the way dogs interpret their world and their human companions, and of how they solve problems, learn, and take in new information.
13. What Shamu Taught Me About Life, Love, and Marriage: Lessons for People from Animals and Their Trainers
Author: by Amy Sutherland
Published at: Random House Trade Paperbacks; Reprint edition (April 14, 2009)
While observing trainers of exotic animals, journalist Amy Sutherland had an epiphany: What if she used their techniques with the human animals in her own lifespecifically her dear husband, Scott? As Sutherland put training principles into action, she noticed that not only did her twelve-year-old marriage improve, but she herself became more optimistic and less judgmental.
What started as a goofy experiment had such good results that Sutherland began using the training techniques with all the people in her life, including her mother, her friends, her students, even the clerk at the post office. Full of fun facts, fascinating insights, hilarious anecdotes, and practical tips, What Shamu Taught Me About Life, Love, and Marriage reveals the biggest lesson Sutherland learned: The only animal you can truly change is yourself.
14. The Secret Language of Dogs: Unlocking the Canine Mind for a Happier Pet
Author: by Victoria Stilwell
Published at: Ten Speed Press; Illustrated edition (October 11, 2016)
The star of Animal Planet’s It’s Me or the Dog reveals how to both interpret and speak the hidden language of dogs. Recent studies into the minds of canines show that they have a rich social intelligence and a physical and vocal language as complex and subtle as our own.
In this fun and fascinating guide, world-renowned trainer Victoria Stilwell explores the inner world of dogs. This book is your guide to understanding your pooch, communicating effectively, strengthening your bond, and helping dogs learn in the most effective way possible so they feel confident navigating the human world with success.
Along the way, you’ll learn the answers to questions such as: What do different tail wags mean? What does being right-pawed say about my dog’s personality? How can I tell the difference between boredom barking and warning barking? What does it mean when my dog spins around, arches his back, or gives me the whale eye?Do dogs feel guilt?
How do dogs perceive human faces? Why do some scientists think dogs’ emotional experience is even greater than ours? Filled with adorable full-color photographs and instructive illustrations, this insightful dog decoder will soon make you dog’s best friend.
15. Be the Pack Leader: Use Cesar's Way to Transform Your Dog . . . and Your Life
Author: by Cesar Millan
Published at: Harmony; 1st edition (October 2, 2007)
Bestselling author Cesar Millan takes his principles of dog psychology a step further, showing you how to develop the calm-assertive energy of a successful pack leader and use it to improve your dog’s lifeand your own. Filled with practical tips and techniques as well as real-life success stories from his clients (including the Grogan family, owners of Marley from Marley & Me) and his popular television show Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan, Cesar helps you understand and read your dog’s energy as well as your own so that you can move beyond just correcting behavioral issues and take your connection with your dog to the next level.
The principles of calm-assertive energy will help you become a better pack leader in every area of your life, improving your relationships with friends, family, and coworkers. In addition, Cesar addresses several important issues for the first time, including what you need to know about the major dog behavior tools available and the difference between personality and instability.