PSY 305 - Principles of Behavior Modification (3)

A study of basic principles and theories underlying behavior modification as well as the use of behavior modification in applied settings. Special attention is given to ethical issues and common misconceptions associated with the area. Students who successfully complete this course will demonstrate their understanding of key conditioning principles and their application in areas such as token economies, parenting, and cognitive behavioral therapy

Prerequisite: PSY 117 .

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