ED X391.5Q - Professional and Ethical Issues in Behavior Analysis
This course focuses on the ethical issues pertaining to applied behavior analysis and their application to clinical practice and research within our field. Students watch weekly lecture videos, participate in the group discussions (via Gauchospace), and take weekly quizzes. As part of this course, students are also expected to read, evaluate, and interpret current behavioral research articles that are posted on Gauchospace.
By the end of this course, students will be learn and be familiar with:
- QABA’s ethical standards
- HIPPA regulations
- Providing ethical and humane services to clients
- Following lawful and ethical guidelines of governing agencies
- Facilitating on-going supervision
- Practicing within one’s area of expertise
- Conducting ethical studies following human subjects protocol
NotesImportant Note: Completion of the UCSB PaCE ABA program does not result in BCBA or QBA certification. Individuals seeking certification must take and pass an examination with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) or Qualified Applied Behavior Analysis Credentialing Board (QABA). While courses in this certificate program may count toward the educational requirements for becoming eligible to take the examination, completion of this certificate program will not, in itself, result in BCBA or QBA certification.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- International Applied Behavior Analysis : Required Courses