PSY 210: Behavior Modification
In this course, students are introduced to basic behavioral principles and their applications to individuals in need of behavior intervention (i.e., mentally ill, developmentally delayed, problems with daily living, and general behavioral struggles). Students will learn to recognize and interpret behavior patterns, recall the impact of different intervention strategies and determine an effective behavioral modification plan. Students will be asked to design, implement and evaluate the impact of a personal behavioral modification plan.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; HSW 100 or PSY 100
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