PSYC.2230 - Behavior Modification (3)
Introduces the principles of behavior modification and the application of these principles to the modification of maladaptive behavior. Students learn specific skills to modify behavior including observing, recording and graphing behavior and measuring change; reinforcement; extinction; punishment; stimulus control; shaping; chaining; prompting; fading; and functional assessment. Prerequisite: PSYC 1101 or consent of instructor. This course can substitute for HSER 1132. HSER 1132 cannot substitute for this course.
Course Outline - Behavior Modification [pdf]
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal Area(s): Not Available OR Does not Apply
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