Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Dr Katerina Dounavi
Lecturer in Behaviour Analysis and Autism
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News from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Available now…An important new book from Russell House Publishing
Child neglect and behavioural parent education Research and practice
By Benny McDaniel & Karola Dillenburger ISBN: 978-1-905541-91-1
CBA Exhibit part of Naughton Gallery Changing Lives:Our Specialist Subject Exhibition The 'Autism Cushion'
This beautiful patchwork cushion was made by Dorothy Reilly, wife of James Reilly, Minister for Health, ROI. Their son, Jamie Reilly graduated from Queens University Belfast in 2012 with a Masters...
3rd CBA/QUART Conference discussed in Assembly:
Since the Minister's opening address at the CBA/QUART conference in the Whitla Hall on Sept 2013, ABA has been discussed in a follow-up question when Mr Sammy Douglas MBE, MCA (MLA) asked Minister...
CBA celebrating International Day of People with Disability
CBA celebrating International Day of People with Disability with a workshop entitled: Behaviour management in the Classroom aimed at Parents, Teachers, Classroom Assistants, Nursery teachers and...
QUB becomes partner in all Ireland DOCTRID Institute
QUB becomes partner in all Ireland DOCTRID Institute, Prof Karola Dillenburger signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the DOCTRID Institute at the DOCTRID III conference in Dublin on 15...
Dounavi, K. & Dillenburger, K. (2013). Behaviour analysis and evidence-based Education. Effective Education
Dillenburger, K., Jordan, J.A., McKerr, L., Devine, P. & Keenan, M. (2013). Awareness and knowledge of autism and autism interventions: A general population survey. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 7, 1558-1567.
Lindsay, C. J., Moore, D. W., & Anderson, A. & Dillenburger, K. (2013). The role of imitation in video-based interventions for children with autism. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 16, 283-289
2012 reflection on pedagogy for inclusion. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 37, 169-180.(