Behavioural Interventions: Children and Adults
Introduces the science of behavioural principles and applied behaviour analysis (ABA). Reviews basic principles of classical and operant conditioning, including stimulus control, motivation, reinforcement, punishment, extinction, and schedules of reinforcement, using examples of everyday behaviours. Consideration is given to behavioural procedures for assessing and changing problem behaviours, with examples from both children and adults.
- PSYC 100A and PSYC 100B (this set of prerequisites will only be accepted through summer 2017); or
- PSYC 201 and PSYC 260.