ABA 515 : BEHAVIOR CHANGE PROCEDURES I
This 45-hour course is designed to cover behavior change procedures as conducted in the profession of applied behavior analysis. This class emphasizes the skills from section G, and partially from section H, of the Fifth Edition Task List of the Behavior Analysis Certification Board©. It will focus on the application of interventions and instructional procedures, including the selection of such interventions. Students will demonstrate the ability to select and implement appropriate procedures including, but not limited to: modeling, shaping, chaining, extinction, reinforcement, punishment, token economies, group contingencies, and strategies that promote generalization. Particular modules will be devoted to teaching verbal behavior.