2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CPSYC 2435 Psychology of Learning and Behavior Change

This course offers a beginning theoretical and practical foundation in cognitive and behavioral interventions as they might be applied in both educational and clinical settings. The procedures covered include behavioral analysis, contingency programs, modeling and social learning theory, cognitive restructuring, and biofeedback, as applied in a range of settings. Particular attention is given to the social and ethical implications of employing behavioral procedures in a culturally and clinically sensitive manner. Meets lab requirement in Psychology major.

Credits

3

Offered

yearly on rotating basis with other lab courses: CPSYC 2431 and CPSYC 2433.