Pre-requisites EDF6225, EDF6226 and EDF6223. Must be eligible for admission as a non-degree-seeking or degree-seeking graduate student at UWF. Degree-seeking students must be admitted to UWF prior to enrolling. Non-degree-seeking students will be required to complete the University application and admission process after enrollment. Undergraduates must contact the Office of ABA for approval to register (must meet certain criteria of undergraduate coursework hours completed). If you have already earned credit for this course and/or need to enroll in other ABA program courses, please send an email to email@example.com
Experimental Analysis of Behavior EDF6227 (45 semester hours). Participants learn foundational knowledge and concepts of experimental analysis of behavior to include demonstrating the operations of principles of behavior in the context of basic research in multiple areas of investigation such as schedules of reinforcement, stimulus control, conditioned reinforcement choice, and establishing/motivational operations while adhering to management, supervision, and ethical and professional issues relevant to experimental research. The content is based on specific topics via the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) Fourth Edition Task List, as well as basic experimental principles of operant conditioning. This course serves as either an alternative for EDF 7944 in a series of six courses that prepares students to apply for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) exam or as an additional elective for degree seeking or interested students that meet the pre-requisites. This course earns 3 graduate credits and grades will be posted in UWF’s Banner System in order to show on an official transcript.
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