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 MScABA
Ms Jenny Ferguson MScABA
Ms Sheila Klick BCBA
Mr Jason Majchrzak BCBA
Ms Catriona (Tia) Martin
Mrs Andrea Moldovan-Grunfeld BCBA
Mr Michael Nicolosi BCBA
Ms Nicole Pfaller-Sadovsky MScABA
Ms Sorah Stein BCBA
Ms Amy Tanner BCBA
Completed Research Students:
News from the Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Supervision for Certification in the Field of Applied Behaviour Analysis
An article focusing on supervision for certification in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis has been published by Katerina Dounavi, Brian Fennell and Erin Early. Implications for...
Launch of Job Coaches for Adults with Disabilities: A practical guide
Centre for Behaviour Analysis colleagues hosted a seminar by Dr Helena Vaďurová (Masaryk University) on Employing People with Disabilities in the Czech Republic: From Obligation to Recognition,...
CBA contribution to Sharland Foundation
SSESW academic and CBA member Catherine Storey was invited to join the Sharland Foundation Developmental Disabilities ABA Research and Impact Network. It focusses on intellectual...
Systematic Review of Behavioural Interventions for Water Safety
People with autism are much more likely to die from drowning than members of the general population. Drowning can take place in quite small bodies of water so acquiring good water safety skills is...
Influential research published in collaboration with colleagues from School of Medical Education
Intravenous fluid (IV) therapy is an important component of care for many hospital patients, especially in perioperative and acute care settings. However, errors in fluid composition and dosing...
Howell, M., Dounavi, K., & Storey, C. (in press). To choose or not to choose? A systematic literature review considering the effects of antecedent and consequence choice upon on-task and problem behaviour. Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Ferguson, J., Craig, E. A., & Dounavi, K. (2018). Telehealth as a Model for Providing Behaviour Analytic Interventions to Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Systematic Review. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. DOI: 10.1007/s10803-018-3724-5
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