Advanced Behavior Analysis in Applied Settings
EDUC X 438.5
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In this course, students learn how to design and evaluate experimental interventions within applied educational and clinical settings.
Starting at $795.00
What you can learn.
- Design and use effective performance monitoring and reinforcement systems
- Design and use competency-based training for those responsible for applying behavior change procedures
- State and plan for the possible unwanted side-effects of behavior analysis procedures
About this course:
Advanced applications of the theory, principles processes, concepts, and terminology of applied behavior analysis (ABA), and the learning principles on which ABA is based within applied educational and clinical settings. In this course, students learn how to design and evaluate experimental interventions. Various methods used to collect, graph and interpret behavioral data will be discussed. Selection of intervention outcomes based on functional behavioral assessments are emphasized. Students learn to make recommendations to clients detailing all contingencies of targeted behavior change. Ethical considerations in the use of behavioral interventions will also be discussed.
It is advisable that you complete the following (or equivalent) since they are prerequisites for Advanced Behavior Analysis in Applied Settings.
X 438.1 Foundations of Behavior Analysis, X 438.2 Functional Assessment in Behavior Analysis, and X 438.4 Ethics in Behavior Analysis.
Fall 2018 Schedule
These courses are fully online, and there are no in-person classroom meetings.