|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||Applied Behavior Analysis I|
This course introduces students to the basic principles of behavior analysis derived from both classical and operant conditioning. Students will learn to use these principles to analyze and interpret examples of both overt and covert human behavior. In doing so, students will examine the relation between verbal and non-verbal behavior as it relates to the concepts of rule-governed behavior, self-control, and self-management. Prerequisite: At least six credits of course numbered PSY 205 - 299.