BEHV 2300 - Behavior Principles I at University of North Texas


2300. Behavior Principles I. 3 hours. Introduction to applied behavior analysis. Behavior is examined as a part of the natural world, with primary focus on principles describing relations between operant behavior and its consequences. The principles of reinforcement, extinction, differential reinforcement and punishment are related to naturally occurring events and to experimental and intervention procedures. Basic measurement concepts introduced. Satisfies the Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement of the University Core Curriculum.

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