IL 2565 - APPLIED BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS 2: FUNDAMENTALS 2
This is the second of five courses meeting the total course requirements for board certification as a behavior analyst. This course focuses on the development of new behaviors, various clinical interventions for decreasing interfering behavioral, and maintaining behavioral changes. The instructor presumes that students have limited or no background experiences with applied behavior analysis. Some students will have already completed the fundamentals 1 course. The primary goal of this and the first course is to provide students with a complete, accurate, and contemporary view of applied behavior analysis, and how functional analysis can be used to understand socially significant behaviors.
Justin N. Coy
- Fall 2019 (2201) - Syllabus
- Fall 2020 (2211)