Complex Human Behavior (MALKA215)

Master's course
For exchange students

This course explores radical behaviorism as philosophy of science and related key concepts, and the analysis of factors influencing complex human behavior.

  • Admission requirements

    Be admitted to a master's programme in the field of behavioural science and have prerequisites in behavior analysis. Upper level bachelor students in the field of behavior analysis may apply for the course. 

  • How to apply

    International exchange students select courses when applying for exchange.

    The application deadline is 15 April.

  • Course description

    The goal of this course is for you to gain a deep understanding of radical behaviorism, verbal behavior, rule-governed behavior, joint control principles, and key terms involved in stimulus equivalence. You will also be able to discuss concepts like naming, problem-solving, thinking, remembering, higher-order classes, and Relational Frame Theory. 

    Additionally, you will acquire the skill to analyse variables that influence complex human behavior.

    For more information about this course, take a look at the course description (

  • Exam

    Individual written exam.

    Grading scale: A-F.

  • Costs

    There is no semester fee for exchange students.

Questions about this course?

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