EEX 6668: Behaviorism
Course Description for Behaviorism
Prerequisite: EEX 5612
Description: The course will engage the students in an examination of the underlying concepts, theories and philosophies of behavior analysis. Specifically, the course will cover a review of the history and scientific underpinnings of behavior analysis. Additionally, students will discuss types of behaviorism, such as Radical Behaviorism. Finally, students will engage in discussions of application of behaviorism to various domains of behavior, such as perception, emotion, language, etc. EEX 5612 Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis I is a prerequisite.
This course will address content specific to the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) or Association for Behavior Analysis (ABAI) Task List.