Jun 30, 2022  
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ABA 646 Administering Ethical Behavior Analytic Services

Fall-Spring, Summer Semesters

This course provides a forum for students to discuss challenges to the ethical practice of behavior analysis in applied settings.  This course will define terms and concepts that facilitate considerations of ethical service delivery from a behavior analytic perspective.  Students will critically analyze a number of assumptions (as well as, other important variables) that influence our ability to design effective and ethical behavior intervention plans for our clients.  Students will also consider models for service delivery and barriers to effective program implementation ( as well as, strategies to remove these barriers).  In addition, students will consider practical constraints encountered by most behavior analysts and will consider ways to protect our field from incompetence and defamation.  M.Ed. - Applied Behavior Analysis majors only. 3 credit hours