PSYCHOLOGY 317 - BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION
- 4 hrs, 6 credits
- Prerequisites: Psychology 213 and 221 or permission of the instructor.
Consideration of principles of learning as they apply to the acquisition, maintenance, and modification of human behavior, as exemplified by the work of Bandura, Eysenck, Skinner, and Wolpe. An application of reinforcement theories to behavior in educational, therapeutic, and cultural environments will be included. Fulfills the requirement for the advanced research course in psychology. MAT charge $10.