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EAB 3002 Principles of Behavior Analysis

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    Yankelevitz, BRANCH, MarcN.Branch, swan, Staff, RachelCassidy, Hall, Branch,MarcN, DeAndrade,LeonardoF, Dorey,NicoleRenee, Erb,Phillip, Hall,Nathaniel, Stagner, JessicaP.Stagne, Jessica Stagner
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    Dec 06, 2016
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    Course Overview:

    This was one of the most educational courses I have had in my undergrad years. The class is taught by graduate TAs so it may vary from semester to semester, but I came out of the course feeling as though I had a strong grasp on behaviorism.

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    I learned about operant conditioning, and how behaviorists view every behavior as things that have been reinforced. I learned that money serves as a secondary reinforcer because it can grant a person things they desire. I learned about token economies and potential uses for them in parenting/disciplining.

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    Come with an open mind and be ready to learn.

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