ABSC 901 Analysis of Everyday Human Behavior
An advanced graduate seminar on the analysis of everyday human behavior, grounded in behavior-analytic principles, concepts, and theory. It covers the process and products of, for example, biological and behavioral development; sensation and perception; motivation and emotion; personality and social behavior; language, cognition, and creativity; attitudes and beliefs, consciousness and unconsciousness, and purpose, will, and values. Prerequisite: ABSC 800 or instructor permission.
Doctor of Philosophy in Behavioral Psychology
The Department of Applied Behavioral Science offers a curriculum through which students learn how to examine and address problems of social importance across the lifespan. Students receive training in the application of behavioral science to improve the human condition through prevention and intervention. The department’s doctoral program in behavioral psychology satisfies coursework requirements for Board Certification in Behavior Analysis and, in most states, licensure as a behavior analyst. It does not satisfy requirements for licensure in psychology.