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Course Details [behavior analysis]

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This course information is derived from the Online Course Catalog, which is under development. The information may not be accurate and is provided only as a convenience. Please consult the print or PDF version of the Course Catalog for all official course information.

Organizational Behavr Managmnt

This course examines the roles that the consequences and context of behavior play in the acquisition, maintenance, and structure of behavior. Thorough knowledge of the principles of operant and respondent conditioning in addition to methods, measurement, and quantification, serve as the basis for this course. This course also examines some of the integrative theories, including the matching relation. Topics will include response differentiation and induction, the generation of complex response units, contextual control, stimulus equivalence, respondent conditioning, choice, molecular determinants of behavior, mathematical models of behavior, the dynamics of behavior during transition states and approaches to linking the analysis of behavior of neural function. Topics addressed at the level of behavior will be extended to some aspect of nervous system function and on neural mechanisms of choice.

Course details

  • Course number: DABA-620
  • Credits: 4.00
  • Academic Level: Graduate
  • Currently Offered: Yes
  • Course Type: Lecture

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