Centre for Behaviour Analysis

News from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis

Election to Board of Directors

The first Board of Directors of the Hellenic Society for Behaviour Analysis was elected at its yearly meeting in Athens and will serve for three years. Dr Katerina Dounavi from...

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Interview with Katerina Dounavi of CBA

Katerina Dounavi from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis has been interviewed by Elena Cló for Operants, a magazine focusing on behavioural science and its practical applications run by the...

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CBA contributes to ABA training in the Czech Republic

Following on from a seminar held at the Czech Parliament in February this year, Karola Dillenburger of the Centre for Behaviour Analysis (in her capacity as a member of the Board of Directors of...

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Final BASE Report now available on OFMDFM webpage

Helping the most vulnerable out of the poverty trap and reducing inequality: Policies, Strategies and Services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Vol 5) Dillenburger,...

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Deputy Director Visits Futuroscope

Futoroschool in Paris (Vaincre l'Autisme) recently secured funding by the regional governmental agency for another 15 years of ABA-based service provision to children and young persons with...

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Dillenburger, K., McKerr, L., Jordan, J.A., & Keenan, M. (2016) Staff training in autism: The one-eyed wo/man…. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH) ISSN 1660-4601 13(7), 716; doi: 10.3390/ijerph13070716  http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/13/7/716/html

Liao, Y. Dillenburger, K. & Buchanan, I. (2016) Does culture matter in ABA-based autism interventions?Parent and professional experiences in the UK and China. European Journal of Behaviour Analysis

Iemmi, V., Knapp, M., Rehill, A., Cooper, V. (with Delphi team: Gore, N., Brown, F., McGill, P., McWade, P., Reid, C., Saville, M., Sholl, C., Biles, G., Dillenburger, K., Duprey, J., Jones, S.) (2016). What is standard care for people with learning disabilities and behaviour that challenges and what does it cost? British Journal of Learning Disabilities