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2010-2011 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Addendum [Archived Catalog]

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AB 587 - Advanced Verbal Behavior


Prerequisite(s): AB 520  Skinner’s (1957) Advanced Verbal Behavior offers a conceptual analysis of verbal behavior. This course provides students with the opportunity to analyze research that has influenced a behavior-analytic conceptualization of verbal behavior and to examine current trends in research related to verbal behavior. Students will read research that has contributed to empirical support for Skinner’s conceptualization of verbal behavior and analyze the strengths and limitations of these studies in order to identify areas of research that are still needed for a complete understanding of verbal behavior.  Students will then develop a framework for determining which aspects of verbal behavior have empirical support and which aspects of verbal behavior have yet to be explored. (2 credits)




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