PSY-430 Learning & Behavior

The study and application of principles of learning that have emerged from an experimental analysis of human and animal behavior. Some of these principles are operant conditioning, reinforcement, discrimination, generalization, and extinction. Each student will demonstrate the application of one or more principles in the modification of behavior. Prerequisites: PSY-203 and Junior standing.


3 credits


PSY-203 must be completed and junior standing obtained prior to registering for this course.