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The subject matter of Behavior Analysis is environment-behavior interactions. Applied Behavior Analysis is the branch of this natural science that studies environment-behavior interactions in situations believed to be socially important. The primary goal of the course is to provide students with a contemporary view of applied behavior analysis and its methods, contributions and controversies. An emphasis is placed on identifying and understanding effective behavior change techniques. Those areas that are covered by entire BEHV courses will not be covered in detail (such as Systems, Verbal Behavior, Functional Analysis, Stimulus Control, Research Methods, and Developing Behavior Intervention Plans).
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