Alan Kazdin, a well-known and highly respected researcher in behavior modification, offers a scholarly, thoroughly contemporary look at behavior modification principles and their application in clinical, home, school, and work settings. By including both applied research and clinical intervention techniques, Kazdin's text provides a balance between research and practice. The new edition is now written in a more conversational style and offers an expanded "how to" focus, giving students opportunities to practice the principles.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 introduction behaviour modification and its key characteristics; chapter 2 principles of operant conditioning; chapter 3 how to identify, define, and assess behaviour; chapter 4 functional analysis (Part Contents.)