This course discusses the history of behaviour programming and the development of current behavioural methodologies. The full range of these methodologies is addressed. These methodologies are compared with respect to process, effectiveness, appropriate client group for each methodology and ethics. Various behavioural techniques, such as teaching skills, specialized instructional strategies (intensive behavioural intervention, verbal behaviour, incidental teaching), antecedent control strategies, differential reinforcement strategies, anxiety and anger management, cognitive-behaviour therapies and self-management are defined and evaluated.
Section 707 indicates that the course takes place at the Lakeshore Campus. Section 303 indicates that the course takes place at Meadowvale Secondary School in Mississauga (PDSB).