Course No: PSYC.5661-032; SIS Class Nbr: 3865; SIS Term: 2840
Course Status: Open Added 5/21/19
This course is for students who took 5660 prior to Fall 2014 and who need additional hours to qualify for the BCBA exam. This course covers the purpose, rationale and methods used in conducting and interpreting functional analyses of challenging, or "maladaptive", behaviors (self-injury, sterotypy, aggression). It also describes the full range of behavioral procedures used to decrease or eliminate these behaviors, with emphasis placed of ethical interventions and the desirability of least restrictive and non-aversive strategies.
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