Course Information: Behavior Ethics  (80037)

This course will familiarize the student with the ethical issues involved in the provision of behavioral services and research with human and animal populations. Special consideration of the responsibilities required or applied behavior analysts by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) will be given. Informed consent, protection of confidentiality, conflict of interest and selection of least intrusive, least restrictive behavior change procedures will be presented and discussed within the context of the case method. Ethical decision making processes will be emphasized.

Required Materials:   Not Yet Available
Technical Requirements:   Not Yet Available
Pre-Requisite:   (( (BEHV 2000 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( BEHV 2000 with minimum grade: TRC )
OR ( BEHV 3000 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( BEHV 3000 with minimum grade: TRC) )
AND ( (BEHV 3104 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( BEHV 3104 with minimum grade: TRC) ))
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