NCU Catalog - April 2021 
    
    Jun 22, 2021  
NCU Catalog - April 2021
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ABA-6904 - Philosophical Underpinnings of Applied Behavior Analysis

Semester Credits: 3 Weeks: 12

In this course, you will learn foundational and historical concepts of applied behavior analysis and their evolution. You will connect the work of historical contributors to the field, such as BF Skinner, to modern day practices. You will learn the assumptions of science (e.g., determinism, empiricism, experimentation, replication, parsimony, and philosophical doubt). Successful performance of the tasks on the BACB 5th Edition Task List requires the foundational knowledge presented in this course, for all BCBA candidates. Many concepts in the course will be examined in greater detail, in subsequent courses in the NCU MA of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis. 



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