Date of Defense




First Advisor

Dr. Richard Malott

Second Advisor

Dr. Alan Poling

Third Advisor

Dr. Dale Brethower


Undergraduate participants in the Behavior Analysis Training System (BATS) work under the supervision of graduate students—assisting them in many ways to aid in the completion of their mini-project. Undergraduate students are required to work 12 hours each week on the tasks delegated to them. The graduate students' se^/en mini-projects consist of Psychology 360 honors (PSY 360), Psychology 460 honors (PSY 460), Behavior Analysis Career Counseling (BACC), Behavioral Research Supervisory System (BRSS), Performance Management System (PMS), Training Teaching Assistants, and Rat Training. I worked with Yvonne Heung on the PSY 460 honors program during the 1998 Fall semester. This paper will present an overview of BATS and my part in that system, and then a discussion on PSY 460 and PSY 460 Honors along with my contributions to those subsystems.

Access Setting

Honors Thesis-Campus Only