Autism and Perception

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One defining characteristic of autism is differences in perceiving the world. In this research we study how vision, hearing and their combination are experienced in autism, especially when these sights and sounds contain emotion.

Publications

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Liu, P.; Sutherland, M.; Pollick, F. E.

Incongruence effects in cross-modal emotional processing in autistic traits: An fMRI study Journal Article

In: Neuropsychologia, vol. 161, 2021, (cited By 0).

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Todorova, G. K.; Hatton, R. E. M.; Pollick, F. E.

Biological motion perception in autism spectrum disorder: A meta-analysis Journal Article

In: Molecular Autism, vol. 10, no. 1, 2019, (cited By 11).

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Habib, A.; Harris, L.; Pollick, F.; Melville, C.

A meta-analysis of working memory in individuals with autism spectrum disorders Journal Article

In: PLoS ONE, vol. 14, no. 4, 2019, (cited By 34).

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McKay, L. S.; Simmons, D. R.; McAleer, P.; Marjoram, D.; Piggot, J.; Pollick, F. E.

Do distinct atypical cortical networks process biological motion information in adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders? Journal Article

In: NeuroImage, vol. 59, no. 2, pp. 1524-1533, 2012, (cited By 43).

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McAleer, P.; Kay, J. W.; Pollick, F. E.; Rutherford, M. D.

Intention perception in high functioning people with autism spectrum disorders using animacy displays derived from human actions Journal Article

In: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, vol. 41, no. 8, pp. 1053-1063, 2011, (cited By 13).

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Simmons, D. R.; Robertson, A. E.; McKay, L. S.; Toal, E.; McAleer, P.; Pollick, F. E.

Vision in autism spectrum disorders Journal Article

In: Vision Research, vol. 49, no. 22, pp. 2705-2739, 2009, (cited By 488).

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