Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Dr Katerina Dounavi
Lecturer in Behaviour Analysis and Autism
Other Staff Members:
Ms Elena Clo BCBA
Mr Caleb Coyle
Mrs Emma Craig
Ms Jenny Ferguson
Mr Jason Majchrzak BCBA
Ms Catriona (Tia) Martin
Mrs Andrea Moldovan-Grunfeld
Mr Michael Nicolosi
Ms Nicole Pfaller-Sadovsky
Ms Sorah Stein BCBA
Ms Amy Tanner BCBA
Completed Research Students:
News from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Using Precision Teaching with dermatology students
CBA members collaborated with colleagues from the University's School of Medicine to publish an article on the use of Precision Teaching to teach dermatology students effectively. An intervention...
MScABA student Emma Delemere published in prestigious autism journal
MScABA student Emma Delemere, who in 2016 won prestigious UK-wide student research award, with her supervisor Dr Katerina Dounavi published an article in the prestigious Journal of Autism and...
Keynote speech on behavioural components of effective mHealth apps
Dr Katerina Dounavi delivered a keynote speech on behavioural components of effective mHealth apps. MyHabeats, the behavioural vaccine app founded by Dr Milioni, is the result of a...
Systematic review on mHealth technology for weight management
Dr Katerina Dounavi and Olga Tsoumani conducted a systematic review of the evidence on the feasibility and effectiveness of mHealth technology for weight loss and presented key outcomes in the...
Article on burnout among ABA professionals
MScABA student Camille Plantiveau, with her supervisor, Dr Katerina Dounavi, and Dr Virués-Ortega from the University of Auckland published an innovative article on burnout rates among ABA...
Dillenburger, K., Matuska, E., de Bruijn, M., Röttgers, H-R. (forthcoming Feb. 2019) Job Coaches for persons with disabilities: A practical guide.London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
McGrath, C., McCourt, C., Corry, A., Dounavi, K., Dillenburger, K., Gormley, G.J. (2018). The use of 'Precision Teaching' in enhancing medical students’ dermatological diagnostic skills. MedEdPublish 7(2) https://doi.org/10.15694/mep.2018.0000091.1
Keenan, M. & Dillenburger, K. (2018). How ‘fake news’ affects autism policy. First published on Preprints, 2018030238 (doi: 10.20944/preprints 201803.0238.v1). Final paper published in Societies. 8(2), 29; https://doi.org/10.3390/soc8020029
Kelly, M.P., Martin, N., Dillenburger, K., Kelly, A., & Miller, M. M. (2018). Spreading the news: History, successes, challenges and the ethics of effective dissemination. Behavior Analysis in Practice
Dounavi, K., & Tsoumani, O. (2018). Using mHealth for weight loss: A systematic review of evidence. Obesity Surgery, 28(Supplement 1), 106. [P-056]. DOI: 10.1007/s11695-018-3200-5
Delemere, E., & Dounavi, K. (2018). Parent-implemented bedtime fading and positive routines for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 48(4) 1002-1019. DOI: 10.1007%2Fs10803-017-3398-4