PSY383 (Not Liberal Arts) Behavior Modification 3 hrs. 3 crs. An introduction to behavior modification theory, practice and research including the applied analysis of human behavior techniques for behavioral intervention and change; topics include the examination of learning theory approaches to abnormal behavior, parenting, education, everyday social behavior (e.g. shyness, obesity, smoking, etc.), self-control, physical illness and social systems; special consideration of the ethics of behavior modification is included. Preq: 6 credits in Psychology; ENG 125. One or more field trips may be required. Not offered on a regular basis. Availability to be determined by the department.