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The Self-Management System is located within the Behavioral Research Supervisory System (BRSS), a subsystem of the Behavioral Analysis Training System (BATS). Within the Self-Management System, Graduate and Undergraduate students work together to help other undergraduate students acquire the primary skills of self-management. The Self-Management System is comprised of a small class of undergraduates, two Undergraduate assistants (UG), a TA if necessary, and two Graduate Supervisors (GS)who run the system and class. The class, also named Self-Management (SM), is a course that teaches students to manage time, prioritize weekly class assignments, and enhance study skills, as well as eliminate procrastination by breaking down large assignments into smaller components that are more manageable to complete.
Vig, Amanda, "BRSS: Self-Management" (2009). Honors Theses. 1224.
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