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PSY 4600: Survey of Behavior Analysis Research
 

Dr. Alyce Dickinson teaches PSY 4600 every fall and spring semester.

This course provides an overview of diverse topics of behavior analysis research and applications. The objectives of the course are to increase students' understanding of the principles of respondent and operant conditioning and to introduce students to diverse areas of applications of behavioral psychology. Topics include: Performance management, teaching technology (direct instruction and precision teaching), college teaching, motivation, behavioral medicine, gerontology, verbal behavior, professional ethics, and certification in behavior analysis. Course prerequisites include PSY 3300 and 3600.

PSY 4600 Course Materials

Last updated: April 6th, 2017

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Syllabus (Spring 2017)

Study Objectives (Spring 2017)

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Lecture presentations and supplemental material
More will be added as the semester progresses

Unit 1 - Respondent Conditioning: Principles and Applications

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Unit 2 - Operant Conditioning: Principles and Applications

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Unit 3 - Performance Management & Multiple Effects of Stimuli

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Multiple Effects of Stimuli - Flash based tutorial developed by Doug Johnson


Unit 4 - Higher Education and Teaching Technology

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Unit 5 - Verbal Behavior

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Unit 6 - Motivating Operations

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Unit 7 - Gerontology and Staff Management

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Unit 8 - Certification & Licensing of Behavior Analysts and Professional Ethics

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Alyce Dickinson can be contacted at alyce.dickinson@wmich.edu

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