Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Ms Katerina Dounavi
Lecturer in Behaviour Analysis and Autism
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News from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis
NUI Galway Conference 11th and 12th June, 'Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Research to Practice'
Centre for Behaviour Analysis presents STAMPPP at a workshop at the 2nd International Autism Conference entitled “Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Research to Practice",...
CBA Collaborating with PEAT
The Centre for Behaviour Analysis (CBA) is a collaborating partner with PEAT in a new grant funding from the Big Lottery under their Reaching Out Programme.
The PIPE project (Proactive...
Katerina Dounavi awarded the prize for the best poster in the 7th Annual Conference of the Division of Behaviour Analysis (The Psychological Society of Ireland)
Katerina Dounavi (Centre for Behaviour Analysis, School of Education, QUB) was awarded the prize for the best poster in the 7th Annual Conference of the Division of Behaviour...
Open Learning Course “Understanding ASD” launched Monday 29th April.
This course, facilitated by Nichola Booth (BCBA, PEAT), was launched today and will take place on Monday evenings for 5 weeks.
Seminar on 4th June to mark the launch of the NILT 2012 Life and Times Survey ResultsARK is pleased to announce a seminar to mark the release of the results of the 2012 Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey. The title is, 'Autism Awareness and Attitudes: A general...
2012 reflection on pedagogy for inclusion. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 37, 169-180.(