Courses: Experimental Analysis of Behavior (EAB)

Course: EAB2999 - SPECIAL COURSE
Hours: 0.0 Repeatable For Credit: Yes Maximum Hours Credit: 0.0
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Course: EAB4704 - INTRODUCTION TO BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION
Hours: 3.0 Repeatable For Credit: No Maximum Hours Credit: 3.0
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Current Semester of Offering: Fall
Course Description:
Principles and practical application of behavior modification techniques in a wide variety of settings: school, home, medical and business. Especially appropriate for non-psychology majors.

Student Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Define basic principles underlying human and animal behavior.

2. Describe a variety of procedures that can be applied to change behavior.

3. Demonstrate project management skills by applying specific behavior modification principles to alter their own behavior.

4. Discuss the application of behavior modification principles to the ethical alteration of the behavior of others.

5. Evaluate the outcome of the application of behavior modification procedures.

6. Locate and incorporate appropriate behavior modification research reports.

 
Course: EAB4905 - DIRECTED STUDY
Hours: 0.0 - 0.0 Repeatable For Credit: Yes Maximum Hours Credit: 0.0
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Course: EAB5705 - ADVANCED BEHVIOR MODIFICATION
Hours: 3.0 Repeatable For Credit: No Maximum Hours Credit: 3.0
Prerequisites: EXP 4404
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Current Semester of Offering: Fall
Course Description:
Experimental psychology literature surveyed for relevant theories and techniques for dealing with problems in human behavior in a variety of settings including home, school, business and clinic.

Dr. Walch's Student Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Define basic and advanced principles underlying human behavior.

2. Describe a variety of procedures that can be applied to change behavior.

3. Apply specific behavior modification principles to alter behavior.

4. Discuss the application of behavior modification principles to the ethical alteration of the behavior.

5. Evaluate the outcome of the application of behavior modification procedures.

Dr. Mikulas' Student Learning Outcomes: Students will acquire a very broad, comprehensive, and integrated overview of the field of behavior modification, drawing from all the world’s literature.  Students will be given considerable practical advice about how to apply this knowledge in a wide variety of settings.  All students will individualize their knowledge through an essay exam, project, or convention attendance.

 
Course: EAB5738 - BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
Hours: 3.0 Repeatable For Credit: No Maximum Hours Credit: 3.0
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Current Semester of Offering: Spring
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Application of psychological expertise to problems in medicine. Emphasis primarily on role of behavioral principles and techniques in the treatment of medically related complaints and traditional psychosomatic disorders.
 
 
Course: EAB5905 - DIRECTED STUDY
Hours: 0.0 - 0.0 Repeatable For Credit: Yes Maximum Hours Credit: 0.0
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