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ABA 636 Applications of Fundamental Elements of Behavior Analysis 4.5 Credits

This course provides intensive practice in application of behavioral concepts introduced earlier in the program course sequence. Students will be introduced to basic concepts and practices of Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) and Performance Management (PM) in order to create meaningful procedures and materials that can be used as future behavior analysts. Course topics and assignments also include creating plans for future supervisory relationships, pinpointing behavior definitions, developing measurement plans, creating a means for feedback, effective use of reinforcement, management strategies with the greatest effect, overall evaluation of management/supervision strategies, and ethical/professional issues.

College/Department: School of Education
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EDEX 630 [Min Grade: B] or ABA 630 [Min Grade: B]

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