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EDUABA7: Advanced Concepts and Principles

During this course, students will demonstrate comprehensive, highly specialised knowledge of advanced concepts and principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Advanced topics will include, but are not limited to: motivating operations; positive and negative reinforcement contingencies; positive and negative punishment contingencies; extinction, stimulus control, derived stimulus relations, stimulus equivalence and verbal behavior. Students will collaborate with peers using highly developed information technology skills to explain highly complex schedules of reinforcement, including compound and lag schedules. Students will synthesize recent peer-reviewed research on advanced concepts and principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.

This verified course is one of the required courses designed to meet the coursework requirements for Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) certification; additional requirements must be met for certification.
Skill Level: Beginner