ABSC 799. Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 3 Hours.

This course provides an in-depth description of the basic principles of operant and respondent conditioning in the context of basic non-human and human subjects research. Students will learn various theoretical approaches to understanding effects of reinforcement and punishment. Special attention will be provided to the role of verbal processes in the learning of verbally competent individuals. Students will gain substantive experience with identifying laboratory derived principles present in the literature that are relevant to application through assigned projects. SEM.

Doctor of Philosophy in Behavioral Psychology

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...ABSC 746 Introduction to Behavioral Science 3 ABSC 799 Experimental Analysis of Behavior 3 ABSC...

Master of Arts in Applied Behavioral Science

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...and ethical issues. ABSC 746 Experimental Analysis of Behavior (3) ABSC 799 Research or Intervention...

Master of Arts in Museum Studies

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...Other Departments and Programs: ABSC 719 Experimental Field...professionally supervised internship MUSE 799 Museum Internship 6...