CEU Event: Behaviorology 299

When: Ongoing
Where: Online


CPDT-KSA Knowledge: 21.00 CBCC-KSA Knowledge: 0.00
CPDT-KSA Skills: 0.00 CBCC-KSA Skills: 0.00


Behaviorology 299 is a more advanced coverage of the principles of behavior and the behaviorological orientation. This elective course is highly recommended for those who want a more advanced and in-depth coverage of the principles of behavior and behavior analysis / behaviorology as a field of studying the natural science of behavior. Behavioral Objectives: The objective of this program of study is to measurably expand the student's repertoire of behaviors in relevant areas of focus for the program of study. To complete this course of study, the student will: Explain the assumptions of the natural science of behavior Explain and analyze the notion of behavior in operational / scientific terms Describe and analyze the functional relationship between behavior and the environment Identify and explain what explanatory fictions are Define, discuss and analyze the concept of concurrent contingencies Define and discuss postcedent behavior change processes Topics Covered in Primary Course Text Chapters: Introduction A natural science of behavior Kinds of behavior: Definitions and classifications Functional relations in the science of behavior Explanatory fictions Behavior in its natural context Concurrent contingencies Analytical fallacies Postcedent behavior change processes

Sponsor:Companion Animal Sciences Insitute
Speaker(s):**James O'Heare

Contact: James O'Heare
 Email: jamesoheare@gmail.com
 Web: http://www.casinstitute.com/