PSY 3600/1400: Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis
The purpose of PSY3600/1400 is to introduce students to the core principles of behavior analysis and allow them to use those principles to analyze the world around them. The text for this course is Principles of Behavior (Sixth Edition). It can be purchased at the Bernhard Center bookstore, or online.
All homework can be found in your coursepack. However, if you have placed an order for your coursepack at the bookstore and are still waiting for it to come in, we've posted the first few assignments for you.
Work shows are interactive PowerPoint lessons. We've included all work shows on your CD in your coursepack. However, for your convenience, we've also posted them here. They work on most computers and laptops. If you have any trouble opening these files, we recommend that you go to the computer lab on campus. You will be quizzed over the work show material, so it is important that you review the work shows early, in case you encounter any technical difficulties.
Rat lab will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 12:00pm. The lab will meet Mon. and Wed. from 12-12:50. The lab will also meet at 11:00 in 3723 Wood Hall on the following dates: 2/4/13, 2/27/13, 3/25/13, and 4/15/13 for review quizzes.