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    The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
2011-2012 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Revised Addendum [Archived Catalog]

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AB 522 - ABA II: Clinical and Educational Applications of Behavior Analysis


Prerequisite(s): AB 520  and AB 521 . This course builds upon the basic principles of learning and applied behavior analysis presented during the Concepts & Principles course and ABA I (AB 520  and AB 521 ). It emphasizes the critical features of structuring effective instruction and interventions for clinical and school settings. Students learn how to analyze instructional content and arrange it into sequences. This course is appropriate for students who will design and supervise instructional programs for clients in settings such as institutions, private intervention programs, rehabilitation programs, and schools or other educational programs. It is also for students who will work with clients such as adults with developmental disabilities, children with autism and related disabilities, or persons with learning disabilities. (3 credits)




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