Principles of Behavior Analysis
Prof: Van Arsdale / Fall 2022
Dec 19, 2022
Easy to comprehend , maybe too easy. Don't underestimate the exams and memorization required. Overall interesting, fun class.
Foundation for behavior analysis and its basics.
She was nice, attempted to get people to participate. Very responsive to communication.
Prof: Tracy Argueta / Spring 2022
May 2, 2022
I absolutely loved taking this class with Tracy. She’s a grad student so probably won’t be teaching it again. But overall the course was very easy to understand and was centered around a experimental project that you write about throughout the semester.
There were participation points for each class, a quiz for each chapter, four essay assignments that build in each other, and two exams. The quizzes were very easy as she gave us reading guides for each chapter and practice questions, and the exams were quite similar.
She was the best. So helpful and accessible. Ashe always tried to help you within a certain amount. She was fair with her standards and grading but helped you out where possible. I really enjoyed her teaching style!
Prof: Cristina Whitehouse / Spring 2022
Apr 1, 2022
The class makes sense. It is very straight-forward and methodical, without surprises. Frankly I see this class as a prerequisite towards more interesting EAB classes, so even though it got boring at times, I was okay with it.
Sometimes lectures contain examples of experiments that are really cool. The class content is not too difficult.
Professor Whitehouse is super supportive and passionate about what she does. I went to office hours and she went out of her way to help guide me in academic/career goals. Her lectures are efficient and clear.
Do the extra credit!
Prof: Savannah Tate / Fall 2021
Nov 5, 2021
Pacing is really fast, quizzes every week, so take notes
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