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News from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis

Autism in the Air Flying High this Weekend

A group of young children with autism had the chance to experience the airport this weekend with the support of the Autism in the Air project, (read more

The Centre for Behaviour Analysis and the School of Education hosts the International DOCTRID Conference on 27th and 28th April, 2015.

The 4th International DOCTRID conference will take place at Queen’s University Belfast on April 27th and 28th. The aim of the conference is to create a...

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Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) Training now enrolling for April 2015.

The Centre’s first RBT training course, beginning on January 19th, is now FULLY booked. Enrolment will open soon, however, for the next course, beginning in...

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We have take off! Autism in the Air launched!

Children with autism, parents, professionals and academics attended the launch of Autism in the Air on November 3rd. The series of short films, created to help...

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PhD student at the Centre, Yini Liao, wins the Patrick Mc Crystal Poster Prize!

At the recent Child Care Research Forum conference held by the Institute of Child Care research (QUB), Yini Liao won the Patrick McCrystal poster prize. The...

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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)

Dillenburger, K., Jordan, J.A., McKerr, L., & Keenan, M. (2014). The Millennium child with autism: Early childhood trajectories for health, education, and economic wellbeing. Developmental Neurorehabilitation.

Dillenburger, K., Röttgers, H-R., Dounavi, K., Sparkman, C., Keenan, M. Thyer, B., & Nikopolous, C. (2014) Multidisciplinary teamwork in autism: Can one size fit all? The Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist,

Dillenburger, K., McKerr, L., Jordan, J.A., Devine, P. & Keenan, M. (2014). Creating an inclusive society… How close are we in relation to Autism Spectrum Disorder? A general population survey. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities