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Q: The best way to ensure that a desired behavior will continue after training is completed is to reward that behavior every single time it occurs during training rather than rewarding it only
periodically. True or false?
A: It is true that the best way to ensure a desired behavior will continue is by rewarding during training every single time.
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False, because training is not forever and the dog will expect a reward every time and may not perform without it. We learned this in my dog training class. At the very beginning you reward each time and then start rewarding only sometimes. The dog will continue to obey and try to please you in hope of a reward.
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