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Motivational Principles

January 6th, 2011

It is true that these kinds of basic principles and processes of learning (the most simple associative learning mechanisms) are logically fundamental and essential for any type of search dog training. Jaime Parejo, verified repeatedly that were totally inadequate (even in those cases that were essentially supplemented with applications of so-called canine cognitive training) for the proper and necessary operationally achieve high performance and exemplary especially effective in many types of canine search operations. Motivated by a strong parallel A humanitarian and using in addition to its special drive and innate capacity for observation, analysis, hypothesis generation productive. . . about animal behavior, for twelve years would face an arduous and intense study and research work, strictly faithful to the general protocol of rigorous scientific research (focusing first on the behavior of the canine species in general and later in favor of fostering, the maximum possible degree of efficiency and effectiveness of the search dog in different situations). A major challenge that finally offered as a result, Jaime Parejo, achieving its intended and difficult objectives, in October 1994 with the creation of so-called, Chest behavioral techniques associated with the respective educational process and even operations intervention, Chest method (which named it one of their canine companions).

He had to settle with a particular firm, almost despondent at times, frequent and difficult challenges such pitfalls own research and innovation, in which process, for example, were numerous and complex variables affecting incidents, voluntary and involuntary, both observational research as the experimental, the dog in the multiple conditions work for the rescue of people buried by any element or situation. Really involved a particularly complex and difficult the goals set at the outset by Jaime Parejo (create new training techniques and intervention that complemented an impact positively as possible to optimize the levels of autonomy, motivation and concentration in canine samples during the development of search operations for people buried (either outdoors or in confined spaces, even with zero visibility level and living space reduced to the minimum feasible values for displacement) in order to increase the maximum possible level of speed and effectiveness Search and performance in olfactory by the dog.

Obviously, regardless of whether a given research process, put into effect on open knowledge utilization wing area in question (in this case animal behavior) from any university courses or any other source, a major in the cases the only really valuable, useful, essential and important, is to achieve success after achieving research, Jaime Parejo Garcia, Firefighter, Seville (Spain), scientific research on learning and search dog’s behavior is also considered an expert and instructor at prestigious international specialty canine catastrophe rescue, awarded, for example, the First Prize for Research by the Royal Canine Society of Spain 1998 or Certificate of Distinction of the Sasakawa Prize by the United Nations 2005, recognizes the important global research and international teaching and as the scientific breakthrough of Chest Method for the reduction of disaster victims and in both cases, the first Spanish man who is as relevant grant awards. To date he has taken part in numerous incidents involving the burial of persons (earthquakes, landslides, explosions, structural failures) in Colombia, Turkey, Taiwan, El Salvador, Spain. conducting search operations in both exterior and interior confined spaces in collapsed structures. Formed, tested and officially certified to date, numerous police officers, firefighters, military. . . with or without dogs, a total of 17 countries with some seismic risk.


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