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    Aug 09, 2022  
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog
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KNS 566 - Behavioral Intervention Development

3 Credit Hours
Introduces graduate students to a systematic framework of methods designed to develop, refine, and optimize innovative ideas for health behavior treatments before such treatments are compared to current standards of care. Will provide students opportunities to critically think about, design, and present preliminary, small-scale projects that are in line with accepted methods. Will be taught using a combination of lectures (focused primarily on examples in physical activity and exercise), group discussions, and in-class activities. Students will improve skills in information synthesis and expression, scientific writing, and oral presentation.
Registration Permission: Instructor Permission.



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