Exploration of methodological, empirical and theoretical issues in areas of experimental and applied behaviour analysis.
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|Advanced Topics in Behaviour Analysis
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- PSYC 465
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Dr Brent Alsop (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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- Learning Outcomes
Students who successfully complete this paper should:
- Understand how a behaviour analytic approach may be used in a range of experimental and applied situations
- Be able to assess the contribution of behavioural principles in explaining a range of psychological phenomenon
- Be able to evaluate behavioural interventions from an evidence-based perspective
- Be able to independently research a topic, provide a written evaluation of that, and give a well-constructed presentation based on their research