Behavior Modification


Introduction to the basic principles of behavior change and their application in a variety of settings. The principles examined draw upon the areas of operant and classical conditioning, modeling, cognitive theory, and single-subject experimental methodology. Techniques based on these principles are discussed, including shaping, contingency management, stimulus control, desensitization, modeling, self-destruction, and outcome evaluation. Various settings where these techniques have been applied are considered, including home, school, industry, clinic, prison, and community. Ethical issues are explored. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): PSY111. As needed.


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