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2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ABA 642 Experimental Analysis of Behavior

Fall-Spring, Summer Semesters

This course presents an overview of the basic behavioral processes related to human and nonhuman learning.  Topics include, non-associative learning, respondent conditioning, operant conditioning, reinforcement and punishment, motivating operations, behavioral economics, stimulus control, and verbal behavior.  Students will critically analyze single subject experiments,  demonstrating behavioral processes related to these topics.  Students will also apply their skills using computer-based simulation of laboratory experiments and demonstrate competency in scientific writing via laboratory summaries.  M.Ed. - Applied Behavior Analysis majors only. 3 credit hours