Course: PSY 629. Philosophy and Concepts of Behavior Analysis (3)
Prerequisites: Graduate standing in Psychology; Instructor consent. This course focuses on advanced understanding of the philosophy, theories, science, and concepts of applied behavior analysis. Students will demonstrate competence in the history and philosophy of behaviorism, theoretical approaches to understanding behavior, and interpretation of behavior in terms of the concepts and principles of behavior analysis. This course serves in a series of courses that prepares students to apply for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst Exam.