Full course description
Time: 2 hours, 14 minutes
Credit: 2.5 Learning CEs
Presenter: Henry "Hank" D. Schlinger Jr., Ph.D., BCBA-D
Course Description: Contrasts the traditional psychological and the behavior analytic views on sensation and perception and then uses the principles of behavior analysis to interpret the topics of hearing and listening and then the more difficult auditory imagining. Concludes that listening and (auditory) imagining consist of behaviors (either observed or unobserved) under certain kinds of stimulus control.
- Describe the key features of behavior analysis as a natural science and its philosophical assumptions, including parsimony.
- Identify what Skinner (1945) argued in his article “An Operational Analysis of Psychological Terms.”
- Distinguish between the traditional and behavioral views of sensation and perception.
- Determine what we are doing when we are said to be listening and distinguish between the behavior of the listener and listening as verbal behavior.
- Contrast the traditional and behavioral views of imagining.
- Describe a behavioral view of auditory imagining.
- Describe evidence from brain imaging studies that supports the contention that imagining is a behavioral and not a cognitive process.
- Determine the implications of auditory hallucinations, especially in schizophrenics.
Keywords: Radical behaviorism, listener behavior, sensation and perception
Rating: This course is recommended for certified practitioners in the field of behavior analysis (BCBAs and BCaBAs) and professionals with background knowledge of the concepts and principles of behavior analysis.
Access: 2 weeks
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Effective July 23, 2018, each ABA type-2 on-demand CE course may be extended a maximum of three times within six months of the original course purchase. After six months from the original date of purchase, the course will need to be purchased again.
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These workshops are presented in partnership between the Florida Tech ABA Online program and ABA Technologies, Inc. ABA Technologies, Inc., is a BACB-approved provider of type-2 continuing education hours (provider number: OP-02-0023)