Warner School of Education at the University of Rochester logo in the print header
Page link printed 12/10/2018


Quick Search:
View by department:


EDE455 Research Methods in Applied Behavior Analysis

Applied behavior analysis, as a discipline for studying and positively impacting socially important behavior, is unique in that its research methods are the same methods utilized in the applied realm. There is an established, field-tested set of methods for analyzing behavior for both purposes. The focus of this course is on foundational research method techniques and their extensions and/or refinements that correspond with the evolution of the field. The course will provide students a thorough overview of applied behavior analysis research methods and "guide" students through the process of developing an (hypothetical) applied behavior analytic research project.

Credits: 3
Offered: SummerA
Prerequisites: [ED 453]
Restrictions: None
Instructors: D. McAdam, D. Donnelly
EDE 455 Research Methods in Applied Behavior Analysis course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.