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PSY 261 - Behavior Therapy and Applied Behavior Analysis in Professional Psychology


Semester Hours: 3


Fall, Spring
This course examines the methods of behavior therapy and applied behavior analysis in relation to various forms of psychopathology (including minor and major mental disorders). It shows how application of these methods can change dysfunctional behaviors, including dysfunctional nonverbal behavior, speaking, listening, and thinking. Practicum or laboratory experiences are required.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
PSY 208  or 255 . Open only to matriculated students in a doctoral program in psychology.

 


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