Association for Behavior Analysis International

The Association for Behavior Analysis International® (ABAI) is a nonprofit membership organization with the mission to contribute to the well-being of society by developing, enhancing, and supporting the growth and vitality of the science of behavior analysis through research, education, and practice.

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47th Annual Convention; Online; 2021

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Expo Poster Session #5
ABAI Accredited Behavior Analysis Training Program Expo Poster Session
Friday, May 28, 2021
8:00 PM–10:00 PM
Online
1.

ABAI Accreditation Board

JENNA MRLJAK (Association for Behavior Analysis International)
Abstract:

This poster will provide an update on the Association for Behavior Analysis International Accreditation Board's standards and activities.

 
2.

Master’s Program at Jacksonville State University in Alabama

PAIGE M. MCKERCHAR (Jacksonville State University), Makenzie Williams Bayles (Jacksonville State University)
Abstract:

Jacksonville State University, nicknamed “The Friendliest Campus in the South,” is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains midway between Atlanta, GA and Birmingham, AL. The master’s program in psychology is the only ABAI-accredited program in Alabama, and it offers an ABAI-verified course sequence. Our students complete eight required courses in the conceptual, experimental, and applied analysis of behavior, as well as five related elective courses, which include practicum, research, and thesis opportunities. Our overarching goals are to teach future applied behavior analysts to think critically about the conceptual and experimental basis of the field, and to train them in the implementation of scientifically validated behavioral procedures. Our students study basic behavioral processes in our sophisticated animal research facility, and they can practice applying behavioral principles in basic and applied settings through our recently established Center for Behavioral Studies. Our poster provides more detail about our faculty, coursework, research, and practicum opportunities, as well as an opportunity to meet current faculty and students.

 
3.

Applied Behavior Analysis at California State University, Los Angeles

MICHELE D. WALLACE (California State University, Los Angeles), Randy V. Campbell (California State University, Los Angeles), Mitch Fryling (California State University, Los Angeles)
Abstract:

The Master of Science degree in Counseling, with an option in Applied Behavior Analysis at California State University, Los Angeles trains students in the principles, concepts, and application of behavior analysis from within a counseling framework. Special consideration is given to incorporating counseling skills in the application of behavior analysis. The program consists of required courses in both behavior analysis and counseling (52 units) and has a thesis option. Moreover, students accumulate a portion of the experience hours required by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board during fieldwork. The program has three full-time faculty: Dr. Randy Campbell, Dr. Michele Wallace (Program Coordinator), and Dr. Mitchell Fryling, plus a number of prominent local behavior analysts as part-time faculty. Research interest of faculty is diverse and dissemination opportunities for students is actively sought (e.g., conference presentations and publications).

 
4. Applied Behavior Analysis Programs at the University of South Florida
RAYMOND G. MILTENBERGER (University of South Florida)
Abstract: The Applied Behavior Analysis program in the Department of Child and Family Studies at the University of South Florida offers the ABAI accredited master of science degree in applied behavior analysis. This is a 2-year program with a VCS that focuses on research and practice so graduates can get certified as a BCBA or apply to a doctoral program in behavior analysis upon graduation. The University of South Florida Applied Behavior Analysis program also offers a master of arts degree in applied behavior analysis that is fully online. This 2-year program also has a VCS so students can get certified upon graduation. The USF program also has a doctoral program in applied behavior analysis that focuses on developing effective teachers and researchers so students are prepared for academic careers upon graduation. The doctoral program has a mentorship model in which students are accepted to work with faculty mentors who share research interests. Finally, the USF program offers an ABA minor with a VCS for students interested in becoming a BCaBA.
 
5. Rollins College Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science
KARA L. WUNDERLICH (Rollins College), April Michele Williams (Rollins College), Stephanie L. Kincaid (Rollins College)
Abstract: The master’s program in Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science at Rollins College follows a junior-colleague model to ensure high-quality mentoring of students. Upon entering the program, students work collaboratively with all of the faculty in every aspect of professional development, including: professional networking, practicum site selection, designing and conducting research, presenting and publishing research, and goal setting with regards to further graduate study or job placement. For the thesis/capstone process in the final year, students are matched with one primary advisor according to research interests. This program will prepare students for either master’s level professional practice in applied behavior analysis or for doctoral level work in applied behavior analysis. The program is accredited by the Association for Behavior Analysis-International and contains a verified course sequence for the 5th edition Task List of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
 
6. Florida State University Master's Program in Applied Behavior Analysis
LEAH JULIA KOEHLER (Florida State University, Panama City), Amy S. Polick (Florida State University Panama City), Jon S. Bailey (Florida State University), Harry Allen Murphy (Florida State University Panama City)
Abstract: Florida State University's master's program in Applied Behavior Analysis will be completing its 22nd year with over 300 graduates. This is a terminal, non-thesis, program specifically designed to prepare students to become ethical, competent Board Certified Behavior Analysts who can work across a variety of settings and populations. Classes are taught face-to-face by BCBA-D faculty. Students have the option of living in Panama City or Tallahassee. All students have paid assistantships with approved behavior analytic agencies and receive a tuition waiver.
 
7. Behavior Analysis at the Florida Institute of Technology
DAVID A. WILDER (Florida Institute of Technology), Bryon Neff (Florida Institute of Technology), Katie Nicholson (Florida Institute of Technology), Rachael Tilka (Florida Institute of Technology), Kimberly Sloman (The Scott Center for Autism Treatment/ Florida Institute of Technology ), Kaitlynn Gokey (Florida Institute of Technology), Ashley Marie Lugo (Florida Institute of Technology), Elbert Blakely (Florida Institute of Technology)
Abstract: The Behavior Analysis programs at the Florida Institute of Technology (FloridaTech) in Melbourne, Florida will be highlighted. Florida Tech has 3 on-campus Master of Science programs in applied behavior analysis and a PhD program in behavior analysis. MS programs are offered in Melbourne and Orlando, Florida. An online Master of Arts in Professional Behavior Analysis is also offered.
 
8. Behavior Analysis at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Chicago Campus
ASHLEY WHITTINGTON-BARNISH (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), Kaius Ward (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), Ruth Anne Rehfeldt (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Chicago), Cameron Mittelman (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), Shannon Ormandy (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), Rocco G Catrone (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), John W. Eshleman (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), August Stockwell (Upswing Advocates; The Chicago School of Professional Psychology)
Abstract: Come stop by our poster and learn about Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in Downtown Chicago! We offer MS and PhD degrees in ABA, as well as a Graduate Certificate Program. Our MS program is ABAI accredited and includes a Verified Course Sequence and diverse practicum training opportunities. Our PhD program has weekend classes and prepares students to teach and conduct research in university settings, as well as become lead practitioners, consultants, and supervisors in the field. We also have a bachelor’s completion program with an undergraduate minor in ABA. Our programs provide a solid foundation in the science and philosophy of behavior analysis. We have faculty with diverse interests and expertise, and we encourage our students to apply behavior analysis and analyze behavior in novel ways. The school is located right on the river in downtown Chicago, easily accessible by public transportation. There are numerous opportunities to learn and apply behavior analysis, enjoy views from the river and downtown Chicago from the classrooms, and take advantage of all that Chicago has to offer!
 
9.

Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Ryan N. Redner (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale), NATALIA BAIRES (Southern Illinois University), Eric A. Jacobs (Southern Illinois University Carbondale), Mary Rachel Enoch (Southern Illinois University Carbondale), Darwin S Koch (Southern Illinois University), Deija McLean (Southern Illinois University)
Abstract:

The kind of life we make for ourselves is very much dependent on the options we exercise and the resources we mobilize now and in the future. The basic assumption that guides our Behavior Analysis program has been stated as follows: We share the conviction that higher education must assume a vital and active role in integrating social and economic challenges of society. It recognizes and appreciates the well articulated thesis that we often jeopardize our chances for realizing a full and satisfying life and possibly our very existence. The basic premises undergirding this philosophy imply that in its own way the our Behavior Analysis program can, through its internal structure and its programs, become a factor in shaping social and environmental conditions so that we can live with more dignity and sense of fulfillment. Therefore, our program is committed to the improvement of socio--cultural conditions, economic concerns, and the enhancement of the quality of life we face now and in the future. More specifically, our mission is to prepare students to function as action oriented practitioners concerned with and capable of dealing with the three major elements of behavior analysis: person, behavior, and environment.

 
10.

Applied Behavioral Science at the University of Kansas

DEREK D. REED (University of Kansas), Florence D. DiGennaro Reed (University of Kansas), Claudia L. Dozier (The University of Kansas), Vincent Thomas Francisco (University of Kansas, Department of Applied Behavioral Science), Jessica Foster Juanico (University of Kansas), Robin Kuhn (University of Kansas), Edward K. Morris (University of Kansas), Pamela L. Neidert (The University of Kansas)
Abstract:

The Department of Applied Behavior Science is housed in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Kansas. It comprises 16 regular faculty members, 55 adjunct and courtesy faculty members, more than 200 undergraduate majors, and over 40 doctoral students. The Department exists because a natural science of behavior uniquely helps us understand and improve the human condition locally, nationally, and globally. Our graduate mission is to train scientist-practitioners and researchers in the discovery, production, translation, application, and communication of knowledge for the same purposes. These missions entail four domains of teaching, training, and research: 1. Basic principles of a natural science of behavior; 2. Research methods in basic and applied research, the latter including prevention and intervention research; 3. Historical, conceptual, and comparative foundations; and 4. The extension and application of these domains for understanding and improving the human condition. What makes our missions unique is their foundation in a science of behavior, dedication to rigorous standards of experimental proof, and applications of the science and these standards to solving socially relevant problems. Rigor and relevance, together, are the Department's hallmark, both in making knowledge and taking it to practice.

 
11. McNeese State University’s Applied Behavior Analysis Master of Arts Concentration
JOANNA B THOMPSON ( McNeese State University), Cameron L. Melville (McNeese State University)
Abstract: McNeese State University’s Applied Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) accredited on-campus graduate terminal master’s program in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) emphasizes a scientist-practitioner training model to provide our students with rigorous training in the foundations of behavior analysis. Students engage in a cohesive program model where coursework, research, and intensive practica experience in our on-campus ABA clinic are of equal importance. An online-only program is also available with supervised, off-campus practicum placement. Both programs hold Verified Course Sequence (VCS) status. Each student in our graduate program works closely with a core faculty member on at least one publication quality research project as part of the Thesis requirement. Our faculty hold diverse research specialties and areas of expertise. Opportunities for graduate assistantships and tuition reductions are available. Out of state tuition waivers are also possible. Upon graduation, students are immediately eligible to sit for their board exam to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs). Furthermore, our coursework prepares graduates for eligibility to apply to become Licensed Behavior Analysts in multiple states. Graduates also learn the skills to pursue doctoral degrees in behavior analysis, psychology, or other closely related disciplines.
 
12. Applied Behavior Analysis at UMBC
MIRELA CENGHER (UMBC), John C. Borrero (University of Maryland, Baltimore County), Carrie S. W. Borrero (Kennedy Krieger Institute), Adithyan Rajaraman (UMBC), Griffin Rooker (Kennedy Krieger Institute)
Abstract: The mission of the M. A. track in Applied Behavior Analysis at UMBC is to prepare graduates to enter the workforce as well-trained clinicians who can work in a variety of applied contexts, by applying the principles of behavior to socially significant behavioral problems. In addition, we seek to prepare graduates for doctoral training in behavior analysis, should they choose.Training, in coursework and in practice, is designed to promote a culture of inclusive excellence.
 
13.

Western Michigan University: MA and Ph.D. Programs in Behavior Analysis

JESSICA E. FRIEDER (Western Michigan University), Anthony DeFulio (Western Michigan University), Amanda Karsten (Western Michigan University), Sacha T. Pence (Western Michigan University), Stephanie M. Peterson (Western Michigan University), Cynthia J. Pietras (Western Michigan University), Ron Van Houten (Western Michigan University)
Abstract:

The Behavior Analysis (BA) masters and doctoral programs at WMU provide intense training in the conceptual, basic, and applied foundations of behavior analysis. In addition to giving students substantial training in a core specialty area (e.g., autism and developmental disabilities, health or safety, behavioral pharmacology, experimental analysis of behavior), the program exposes students to a broad range of applied and experimental areas through coursework, research, and applied experiences. The masters program prepares students for doctoral study or employment at the M.A. level in autism/developmental disabilities, mental health, substance abuse, education, government, and business and industry. The Ph.D. program prepares students for roles as professors and researchers in college or university settings, or systems-oriented applied positions in the human services.

 
14. St. Cloud State University: Undergraduate, Masters, and Doctoral Education in Applied Behavior Analysis
MICHELE R. TRAUB (St. Cloud State University), Odessa Luna (St. Cloud State University), Benjamin N. Witts (St. Cloud State University), Kimberly A. Schulze (St. Cloud State University)
Abstract: St. Cloud State University now offers an undergraduate minor, a BAAB-accredited Masters of Science program, and a brand-new Doctor of Psychology program focused on training clinical directors and clinician-owners. Masters students have the option to complete their coursework and practical training on campus in St. Cloud, Minnesota, or do coursework from anywhere in the world and train with local providers as part of our distance-learning MS cohort. PsyD students will receive supervised experience in teaching, clinical research, and clinic management while working in SCSU's new campus-based ABA training clinic and providing supervision to BS and MS students. Come visit us in the Northland and learn more about ABA opportunities at SCSU!
 
15.

University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Munroe-Meyer Institute: Doctoral Training in Applied Behavior Analysis

Christy Williams (University of Nebraska Medical Center, Munroe-Meyer Institute), Nicole M. Rodriguez (University of Nebraska Medical Center, Munroe-Meyer Institute), AMANDA ZANGRILLO (University of Nebraska Medical Center, Munroe-Meyer Institute), Regina A. Carroll (University of Nebraska Medical Center Munroe-Meyer Institute), Keith D. Allen (University of Nebraska Medical Center, Munroe-Meyer Institute), Kevin C. Luczynski (University of Nebraska Medical Center, Munroe-Meyer Institute)
Abstract:

Behavior analysis began as a subfield of psychology and over time has developed a number of unique assessments and treatment procedures that are not routinely covered in traditional psychology training programs. Behavior analysis has three primary branches: (a) behaviorism, which focuses on the world view or philosophy of behavior analysis; (b) the experimental analysis of behavior, which identifies and analyzes basic principles and processes that explain behavior; and (c) applied behavior analysis (ABA), which analyses and solves problems of social importance using the principles and procedures of behavior analysis. Our doctoral program provides instruction and training in all three of these areas, with a primary focus on applied behavior analysis with children, adolescents, and families. The guiding philosophy of the program is that learning is maximized by integrating didactic and experiential instruction such that principles and concepts are introduced in the classroom and immediately applied in coordinated clinical and research practica.

 
16.

University of Nevada, Reno Satellite Programs in Behavior Analysis

Linda Hayes (University of Nevada, Reno), Laura Barcelos Nomicos (University of Nevada, Reno), JAMIIKA THOMAS (University of Nevada, Reno), Staheli Meyer (University of Nevada, Reno), Changzhi Wu (University of Nevada, Reno)
Abstract:

This poster describes the Satellite Programs in Behavior Analysis offered by the University of Nevada, Reno. Three online programs are offered. The first of these is a full Master of Science degree in Behavior Analytic Psychology. This program is the only online Master’s Degree Program separately accredited by the Behavior Analysis Accreditation Board of the Association for Behavior Analysis International. The other two programs include course sequences at the graduate and undergraduate levels. All three programs are recognized Approved Course Sequences by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board. The poster describes the curricula for each of these programs, timelines for completion, admission requirements, and other information. The aim of this presentation is to recruit students who do not otherwise have access to behavior analytic training in their home regions. The University of Nevada, Reno has been delivering satellite programs in behavior analysis for more than 20 years, serving students in multiple US states as well as in other areas including Canada, China mainland, Jordan, Taiwan, and Saudi Arabia.

 
17. Behavior Analysis Program at the University of Nevada, Reno
RAMONA HOUMANFAR (University of Nevada, Reno), Patrick M. Ghezzi (University of Nevada, Reno), Linda J. Parrott Hayes (University of Nevada, Reno), Steven C. Hayes (University of Nevada, Reno), Matthew Lewon (University of Nevada, Reno), Matt Locey (University of Nevada, Reno), W. Larry Williams (University of Nevada, Reno), Bethany P. Contreras Young (University of Nevada, Reno)
Abstract: This year marks the 30thth Anniversary of the Behavior Analysis Program at UNR. We look forward to providing an overview of our program updates including the areas of training, faculty scholarly interests, application requirements for those who are interest in our Masters and Ph.D. degrees, and graduate funding opportunities. The update will reflect the following accomplishments: We were awarded the “Organizational Enduring Contribution to Behavior Analysis” by the Society for Advancement of Behavior Analysis in May 2010; the program has conferred over 40 Ph.D. degrees; the on-campus Masters program has conferred over 80 Masters degrees; the satellite Masters program has conferred over 100 off-campus Masters degrees in multiple national and international locations; our undergraduate training in behavior analysis received ABAI accreditation in 2016. The Association for Behavior Analysis International has verified our courses toward the coursework requirements for eligibility to take the Board Certified Behavior Analyst® or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst®. Moreover, ABAI has approved the Culturo-Behavior Science (CBS) course sequence in our program as one of the very first in Behavior Analysis.
 
18. Caldwell University’s Ph.D. Program in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABAI Accredited)
KENNETH F. REEVE (Caldwell University), Sharon A. Reeve (Caldwell University), Tina Sidener (Caldwell University), Ruth M. DeBar (Caldwell University), Jason C. Vladescu (Caldwell University), Meghan Deshais (Caldwell University)
Abstract: Caldwell University, a private liberal arts university located in a quiet suburban New Jersey community near New York City, offers a 90-credit Ph.D. in applied behavior analysis degree program that is accredited by the Behavior Analysis Accreditation Board of ABAI. The core of the program consists of Caldwell University’s ABAI-accredited 45-credit Master of Arts degree program in applied behavior analysis. Students in the Ph.D. program are required to complete a behavior analytic research dissertation mentored by a faculty member. The Ph.D. program prepares students to work in a variety of applied and academic settings. Caldwell University’s on-campus Center for Autism and ABA provides a BACB©-approved practicum experience, with both basic and applied research opportunities, while serving the community. Assistantships and tuition remission for working in the Center for Autism and ABA are available to Ph.D. students on a competitive basis. New Jersey also boasts many successful private agencies and public school programs that work with Caldwell University to support training in behavior analysis and to provide additional practicum experience and employment opportunities.
 
19. Caldwell University’s Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABAI Accredited)
TINA SIDENER (Caldwell University), Meghan Deshais (Caldwell University), Jason C. Vladescu (Caldwell University), Ruth M. DeBar (Caldwell University), Sharon A. Reeve (Caldwell University), Kenneth F. Reeve (Caldwell University)
Abstract: Caldwell University, a private liberal arts university located in a quiet suburban New Jersey community near New York City, offers a 45-credit Master of Arts degree program in applied behavior analysis that is accredited by the Behavior Analysis Accreditation Board of ABAI. The core of the program consists of a BACB-verified 8-course sequence (24 credits). Students in the MA program are required to complete a behavior analytic research thesis mentored by a faculty member. The MA program prepares students to work in a variety of applied settings and for further doctoral study. Caldwell University’s on-campus Center for Autism and ABA provides a BACB-approved practicum experience, with both basic and applied research opportunities, while serving individuals with developmental disabilities in the community. Assistantships for working in the Center for Autism and ABA are available to M.A. students on a competitive basis. New Jersey also has many successful private agencies and public school programs that work with Caldwell University to provide employment opportunities for graduates of the program.
 
20. The Programs in Teaching as Applied Behavior Analysis at Teachers College, Columbia University
R. DOUGLAS GREER (Columbia University Teachers College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences), Jo Ann Pereira Delgado (Teachers College, Columbia University)
Abstract: We will present the MA and Ph.D. programs in teaching as applied behavior analysis at Teachers College, Columbia University. We will outline the requirements for each degree and focus on the critical features of our graduate training programs. We will present our three-tiered module system of teacher training program that incorporates verbal behavior about the science (content area expertise), contingency-shaped repertoires (application expertise), and verbally mediated data analysis (analytic expertise). In addition, we will highlight our research and demonstration (R & D) CABAS® model schools, where our students and graduates work and train.
 
21.

The Ohio State University's ABAI-Accredited Graduate Programs in Special Education

SHEILA R. ALBER-MORGAN (The Ohio State University), Moira Konrad (The Ohio State University), Matthew Brock (The Ohio State University), Terri Hessler (The Ohio State University at Newark), Mary Peters (The Ohio State University), Christina Rouse-Billman (The Ohio State University), Alana Telesman (The Ohio State University)
Abstract:

The Ohio State University's (OSU) ABAI-accredited graduate programs in special education have been advancing the study of applied behavior analysis for the past 40 years. The greatest contributions of OSU's special education program are the program graduates whose work has helped bring evidence-based instructional practices to teachers and students around the world. The Ph.D. program is the first doctoral program to receive ABAI accreditation (1995). This program prepares leadership personnel for special education whose research, teaching, and professional practice are grounded in the philosophy of behaviorism and the methodological and technological principles of applied behavior analysis. The MA program, accredited by ABAI in 1995, emphasizes the design, implementation, and evaluation of curricular and instructional interventions to improve academic, social, self-care, and vocational skills for individuals with disabilities. Master's program graduates work as licensed classroom teachers, behavior analysts, or program supervisors in public schools, private schools, or community agencies.

 
22. University of Houston, Clear Lake M.A. in Behavior Analysis
DOROTHEA C. LERMAN (University of Houston-Clear Lake), Jennifer N. Fritz (University of Houston-Clear Lake), Sarah A. Lechago (University of Houston-Clear Lake), Catherine Lewis (UHCL), Amanda Davis (University of Houston, Clear Lake), Mary Signorella (University of Houston Clear Lake), Jennifer Nguyen (University of Houston, Clear Lake)
Abstract: The Behavior Analysis program at the University of Houston-Clear Lake provides students with a well-rounded foundation in applied behavior analysis through an integrated sequence of coursework, practicum, and research activities. Students obtain competency in theoretical and conceptual issues of behavior analysis, performance management, and the application of basic principles with particular emphasis on interventions for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Practicum and research experiences are provided in home, school, and clinic settings. All students complete individual research projects and deliver original community presentations prior to graduation. Research is student-directed, with opportunities to gain experience in a variety of areas and with various populations. The program is accredited by ABAI and includes a course sequence and practicum that have been approved by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board, Inc® as meeting the requirements for eligibility to take the BCBA exam. Graduate assistantships, paid internships, and other forms of financial assistance are available to qualifying students. The coursework also prepares graduates for eligibility to be a Texas Licensed Behavior Analyst. Furthermore, graduates will be prepared to pursue doctoral degrees in psychology or behavior analysis
 
23. University of North Texas Department of Behavior Analysis and Behavior Analysis Online
MANISH VAIDYA (University of North Texas)
Abstract: University of North Texas Department of Behavior Analysis presentation and recruiting of on campus programs BEHV-ABA/BEHV-MS/BEHV-PhD. University of North Texas Department of Behavior Analysis Presentation and recruiting of Online classes Certification and online Masters of Arts.
 
25. Behavior Analysis Ph.D. Program at West Virginia University
KAREN G. ANDERSON (West Virginia University), Stephanie Jones (West Virginia University), Kathryn M. Kestner (West Virginia University), Jeremy Langford (West Virginia University), Kennon Andy Lattal (West Virginia University), Michael Perone (West Virginia University), Claire C. St. Peter (West Virginia University)
Abstract: The behavior analysis program trains students in basic research, theory, and applications of behavior principles. Students develop skills in the experimental analysis of animal and human behavior, as well as a strong methodological and conceptual background for developing behavioral technologies. The basic, conceptual, and applied areas are integrated in the curriculum; however, students may emphasize basic, applied, or both types of research.
 

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