MELBOURNE, FLA.—Florida Institute of Technology Continuing Education offers “A Behavior Analysis of Persistent Error Patterns,” an online course, featuring Ennio Cippani, Ph.D. This on-demand presentation provides an analysis of persistent error patterns using both basic and applied research. Implications of these findings are discussed as well as some procedures for building behavioral chains.
● Basic and applied research on stimulus over-selectivity/restricted stimulus control
● An analysis of discriminative stimuli in task/request compliance
● Procedures for building behavioral chains
This course is recommended for professionals who have a basic knowledge of behavior analysis, including prerequisite knowledge of interpreting research findings. The skills presented are particularly useful for those working with clients with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disorders.
The workshop is $21. Use coupon code “newspatterns” for $5 off through Feb. 29. The course is available any time, on demand on all devices. Students can receive 1.5 Type II BACB continuing education units (CEUs) for completing the coursework.
For more information or to register call Liana Kangas, project coordinator, Florida Institute of Technology Continuing Education, at (321) 674-8382 or send email to: email@example.com. Visit: http://www.fit.edu/continuing-ed/