Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Dr Katerina Dounavi
Lecturer in Behaviour Analysis and Autism
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News from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis
The Use of Video Self-Modeling Intervention to Toilet Train Children With Autism
A discussion on the symposium entitled “The Use of Video Self-Modeling Intervention to Toilet Train Children With Autism” was offered by Prof Karola...
Combinations of Prompt and Target Response Modalities and Their Impact on Emergent Relations and Teaching Efficiency
A poster entitled “Combinations of Prompt and Target Response Modalities and Their Impact on Emergent Relations and Teaching Efficiency” was presented by...
Paper by Prof Dillenburger:Why reinvent the wheel? A behaviour analyst's reflections on pedagogy for inclusion for students with intellectual and developmental disability
(Abstract) The number of children identified as having intellectual or developmental disability is rising worldwide and their education has been found wanting. It has...
Brno, Czech Republic
Professor Karola Dillenburger has been invited to participate in the first ABA and Autism workshop for parents and professionals in October 2015. The workshop is...
1st Summer School organised by EABA in beautiful Rethymno, Crete.
Lecture delivered by Dr Katerina Dounavi on Verbal Behaviour. An excellent group of highly motivated and knowledgeable students attended the classes!
Keenan, M, Dillenburger, K, Röttgers, H-R, Dounavi, K, Jónsdóttir, SL, Moderato, P, Schenk, JJAM, Virués-Ortega, J, Roll-Pettersson, L & Martin, N 2015, 'Autism and ABA: The gulf between North America and Europe' Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders., 10.1007/s40489-014-0045-2
Dillenburger, K., Keenan, M., & Gallagher (2015). A seat at the table: Families affected by Autism. Amazon Kindle Publication
Dillenburger, K. & McKerr, L. (2014). Echoes of the future: Adults with disabilities living at home with their parents. Journal of Neurology and Clinical Neuroscience, 1 (2)