Applied Behavior Analysis

PSYCH 502, LEC 202

  • Class Number: 66258
  • Course Level: Undergraduate
  • Credits: 4
  • Meets Requirements:
  • Instructor: Jeff Tiger
  • Course Dates:
  • Course Syllabus (.pdf)

This advanced undergraduate course is designed to provide an introduction to and survey of topics in applications and research methods in behavior analysis. Topics to be covered include: (a) a review of basic learning principles, (b) single-subject research methods, and (c) applications of ABA across a range of populations, settings, and behaviors. The class is covered in two portions, which are described in more detail below. The first portion of the course is the content portion. This material will be presented via the assigned readings and structured practice quizzes across a series of modules. Student learning will be assessed by frequent module quizzes and cumulative exams. The second portion of the course is the laboratory portion. The purpose of the laboratory portion is to provide students with hands on opportunities to use the principles and procedures covered in the content portion of the course. Students will upload frequent updates on their projects and will comment upon others’ projects using the D2L discussion boards.

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