Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Dr Katerina Dounavi
Lecturer in Behaviour Analysis and Autism
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News from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey Autism Module Results
Autism prevalence is now nearly 2% of all school children. At part of the BASE project, a team of the Centre for Behaviour Analysis conducted an autism module of...
Dr Brian Fennell graduates with a PhD
His research focused on the professional development of teachers, in the Republic of Ireland, who are responsible for the education of those on the autism spectrum. Over the past decade this area...
Book to be translated into Greek!
The book Parents' Education as Autism Therapists (JKP, 2000), edited by Prof Mickey Keenan (UU), Dr Ken P Kerr (Donegal), and Prof Karola Dillenburger (CBA/QUB) was...
Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) training available at Centre for Behaviour Analysis.
An online multilingual course covering the 40 hour RBT curriculum will be offered from January 2015. Cost of the course £150. For curriculum details click
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