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PSYC 140: Behavior Analysis
Professor Matt Bell
Behavior Analysis is the scientific study of the principles of learning and behavior that emphasizes the role of environmental variables in controlling behavior. First we focus on the basic science of behavior analysis ( topics will include reinforcement, punishment, stimulus control and extinction) with the goal of focusing on how the basic science can be applied to issues in public health. Prerequisites: Declared Psychology or Public Health major. (Fulfills social science elective for Public Health majors.
Created by Sophia Neuhaus on July 11, 2016
Social Sciences and Government Information Librarian