ABA651-01C Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis (with Cormac Alastair Macmanus)
This course will teach students to identify, define, and apply the concepts and principles of behavior. Topics covered during this course include an environmental explanation of behavior, respondent, and operant conditioning, contingencies of behavior including reinforcement and punishment, extinction of operant behavior, and verbal behavior. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to define, provide examples of, and apply the basic principles of behavior analysis within the context of clinical and educational programming, as well as read the synthesize relevant literature and incorporate best practices into applied programming.
Prerequisite(s): ABA certificate student
Course is full.