This course explores advanced applications of the theory, principles, processes, concepts, and terminology of applied behavior analysis (ABA), and the learning principles
on which ABA is based within applied educational settings.
Students learn how to design and evaluate experimental interventions.
Various methods used to collect, graph, and interpret behavioral data are
discussed. Selection of intervention outcomes based on total ecobehavioral
assessment is emphasized. Students learn to make recommendations
to clients detailing all contingencies of targeted behavior change. Ethical
considerations in the use of behavioral interventions are also discussed.