Below is the syllabus for Spring 2011 and the course procedures. The syllabus contains information on what assignments are due for each class and what quizzes will be given. The course procedures covers important information about absences and Optional Activity Points (OAPs).
PSY 4600: Survey of Applied Behavior Analysis
The purpose of PSY 4600 is to train undergraduates in the application of the basic principles of behavior learned through PSY 3600 while continuing with the training of more advanced principles of behavior. Through this training, the students study such areas as the advanced principles of rule governed behavior, behavior systems analysis, and a goal-directed systems approach to organizational change.
Here are the first few chapters of the procrastination manual and the objectives for the first three chapters.
Here are the Final Fiesta Paper and PowerPoint Presentation templates. Follow these templates carefully and be sure to fill out each of the contingencies enclosed. Be sure to follow the Final Fiesta Checklists because this is what your GSIs will be using to grade each part of the project.
Here is the Self-Management paper and PowerPoint presentation template. Follow these templates carefully and be sure to fill out each of the contingencies enclosed. Be sure to follow the Self-Management Checklist because this is what your GSIs will be using to grade each project.
Here is the Workshow for the Goal Directed Systems Design assignment. Be sure to fill out the two review forms and bring them to class.