Centre for Behaviour Analysis

News from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis

WAAD training workshop

WAAD training workshop ‘Tools for achieving social confidence for children and young people with autism’ was held on Friday 11th in collaboration with the...

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Dr Ian Cantley, Lecturer in Education (Mathematics), has joined the Centre for Behaviour Analysis

After 16 years as a Mathematics teacher and Head of Mathematics, Ian joined the School of Education in August 2013 as coordinator of the PGCE Mathematics programme. His...

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Professor Karola Dillenburger to teach on German Masters in Clinical Casework

Karola is a Visiting Professor at the University of Applied Sciences in Münster, Germany and will deliver a module on 'Autismtherapies'. The long-standing...

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Centre for Behaviour Analysis working with Solas

CBA identified as knowledge provider for Innovation Voucher with SolasBT7. Together we will develop an easy-to-use baseline assessment tool for the children who attend Solas after school's...

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The 2nd April was declared World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) by the WHO and is marked worldwide by Autism Speaks Light in up Blue Campaign

For the first time, Belfast City Hall was lit up blue this year to raise international awareness of autism as a growing public health crisis. Following up on an idea from CBA Director...

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Publications

Fargas, M. & Dillenburger, K. (2014) Children drawing their own conclusions: Children’s perceptions of a ‘post-conflict’ society. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology

Fennell, B. & Dillenburger, K. (2014). The evidence debate for behavioural interventions for autism. International Research in Education, 2,

Dillenburger, K., McKerr, L., & Jordan, J.A. (2014). Lost in translation: Public policies, evidence-based practice, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education (Special Edition).

Dounavi, K. & Dillenburger, K. (2013). Behaviour analysis and evidence-based Education. Effective Education