Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis: Autism Spectrum Disorder

PSYCHOLOGICAL & BRAIN SCIENCES 235

An opportunity to be trained in applied-behavior-analytic techniques and to work with a child with autism/pervasive developmental disorder. Training and supervision will be arranged and coordinated by the family of the child and/or their consultant. To receive credit, students must undertake a year's work (2 semesters) with the child, complete the minimum number of hours of training and therapy, and attend regular therapy meetings. In addition, students must attend all seminar meetings both semesters for discussion of assigned readings and presentations on autism and therapy. Completion of a paper is required in the second semester. For details, see the brochure "Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis: Autism Spectrum Disorder," available from the Department, or online at https://psych.wustl.edu/undergraduate-program#dark-callout. This course can only be taken once for credit, and can be begin either in the fall or in the spring semester. Credit/No Credit only. Enrollment only through the practicum coordinator, Professor Leonard Green, which is done in the student's second semester. Required Practicum seminar meetings will be Tuesdays: September 6, September 20, October 18, November 15, and December 6 from 6-8pm.
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Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis: Autism Spectrum Disorder
INSTRUCTOR: Green
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