Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Dr Katerina Dounavi
Lecturer in Behaviour Analysis and Autism
Other Staff Members:
Completed Research Students:
News from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Canadian interest in CBA student's study
Amy Tanner, PhD student at the Centre for Behaviour Analysis, was interviewed by Global News in Canada in relation to her study focusing on parent-mediated interventions for very young children...
Association for Professional Behavior Analysts (APBA) Convention
Tia Martin, Caleb Coyle, Smita Awasthi and Jason Majchrzak (left to right), PhD students from Centre for Behaviour Analysis, attended and presented at Association for Professional Behavior...
Helping families living with autism
A report by Karola Dillenburger, Director for the Centre for Behaviour Analysis, highlighted that early intervention based on applied behaviour analysis (ABA) is recognised internationally as best...
Visiting scholar - Aviva Cohen
I am a Marie Curie ASSISTID post-doctoral fellow. My research is supported by the charity RESPECT under the supervision of Professor Dillenburger, Queen’s, and Professor Goodman...
Dr Trish MacKeogh ASSISTID Fellow and Visiting Research Fellow at CBA
Trish comes to us from Dublin Institute of Technology. Her project focusses developing best practice in matching technology to the needs of persons with disabilities.
New technologies are...
Keenan, M, Dillenburger, K, Röttgers, H-R, Dounavi, K, Jónsdóttir, SL, Moderato, P, Schenk, JJAM, Virués-Ortega, J, Roll-Pettersson, L & Martin, N 2015, 'Autism and ABA: The gulf between North America and Europe' Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders., 10.1007/s40489-014-0045-2
Dillenburger, K., Keenan, M., & Gallagher (2015). A seat at the table: Families affected by Autism. Amazon Kindle Publication
Dillenburger, K. & McKerr, L. (2014). Echoes of the future: Adults with disabilities living at home with their parents. Journal of Neurology and Clinical Neuroscience, 1 (2)