Journal

Journal of Applied Companion Animal Behavior
(JACAB)


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Introduction:

 The Journal of Applied Companion Animal Behavior (JACAB) is an annually produced peer-reviewed journal of essays of interest to professional companion animal trainers and behavior consultants. JACAB publishes essays of all kinds including review of topics, original research papers, short communications, critical reviews, persuasive essays, theoretical works, technical articles and commentary. 

Mission:

 The mission of the Journal of Applied Companion Animal Behavior is to disseminate theoretical and applied information to the animal training and behavior consulting community and thereby contribute to the knowledge-base in the profession and improve the human-animal bond.

Target Audience:

 Professional companion animal trainers and behavior consultants.


Journal Ethics:

Click here to read about the ethics policy of the AABP and JACAB on research.


JACAB Review Board:

Click here for the JACAB Editorial and Review Board.



Issues

2012. Vol. 5, No.1

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2010. Vol. 4, No.1

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2009. Vol. 3, No.1

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2008. Vol. 2, No.1

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2007. Vol. 1, No.1
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