In this article we will talk about what is known as the KGS or the Keep Going Signal.

It is a concept that, despite not having an official definition or that has been described scientifically, we did not want to overlook.

In past articles we have talked about reinforcement and the properties they have to create behavior.

As you know, behaviors can be reinforced with primary reinforcement, which are those that have an intrinsic value by nature and are reinforcing; a previous experience such as: food, temperature, water, sex) is not necessary.

We have seen in previous articles how to reinforce a correct behavior when we train with our animals, as this will increase the probability that they will occur in the future, but what do we do when a behavior is incorrect?

When we talk about silent training, we find a concept unknown to many animal trainers; but nothing could be further from reality, since most of the time we use it in a more or less conscious way.

In our second article we talk about operant and classical conditioning, and this time we will explain in detail what bridge is, what types there are, and their relationship with both types of learning.

To know how conditioning works, we must inevitably talk about two very significant people within what is learning and behavioral. The Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov (1849-1936) and the American behavioral psychologist Burrhus Frederic Skinner (1904-1990)

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