Felicity Sedgewick
Felicity Sedgewick
Senior Lecturer in Psychology of Education, University of Bristol
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Gender differences in the social motivation and friendship experiences of autistic and non-autistic adolescents
F Sedgewick, V Hill, R Yates, L Pickering, E Pellicano
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46, 1297-1306, 2016
‘It’s different for girls’: Gender differences in the friendships and conflict of autistic and neurotypical adolescents
F Sedgewick, V Hill, E Pellicano
Autism 23 (5), 1119-1132, 2019
Autistic girls and school exclusion: Perspectives of students and their parents
K Sproston, F Sedgewick, L Crane
Autism & Developmental Language Impairments 2, 2396941517706172, 2017
Differences in the Theory of Mind profiles of patients with anorexia nervosa and individuals on the autism spectrum: a meta-analytic review
J Leppanen, F Sedgewick, J Treasure, K Tchanturia
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 90, 146-163, 2018
‘Anything but the phone!’: Communication mode preferences in the autism community
PL Howard, F Sedgewick
Autism 25 (8), 2265-2278, 2021
Gender differences in mental health prevalence in autism
F Sedgewick, J Leppanen, K Tchanturia
Advances in Autism 7 (3), 208-224, 2020
Friends and lovers: The relationships of autistic and neurotypical women
F Sedgewick, L Crane, V Hill, E Pellicano
Autism in Adulthood 1 (2), 112-123, 2019
Anorexia nervosa, autism, and the ADOS: how appropriate is the new algorithm in identifying cases?
F Sedgewick, J Kerr-Gaffney, J Leppanen, K Tchanturia
Frontiers in Psychiatry 10, 507, 2019
The Friendship Questionnaire, autism, and gender differences: a study revisited
F Sedgewick, J Leppanen, K Tchanturia
Molecular Autism 10 (1), 1-12, 2019
Parent perspectives on autistic girls’ friendships and futures
F Sedgewick, V Hill, E Pellicano
Autism & Developmental Language Impairments 3, 2396941518794497, 2018
Autism and masking: How and why people do it, and the impact it can have
F Sedgewick, L Hull, H Ellis
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2021
The quest for acceptance: A blog-based study of autistic women's experiences and well-being during autism identification and diagnosis
M Harmens, F Sedgewick, H Hobson
Autism in Adulthood 4 (1), 42-51, 2022
Autistic adult outcomes on weight and body mass index: A large-scale online study
F Sedgewick, J Leppanen, K Tchanturia
Eating and Weight Disorders-Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity 25, 795-801, 2020
Quantity and quality of empathic responding by autistic and non-autistic adolescent girls and boys
C Rieffe, R O’Connor, A Bülow, D Willems, L Hull, F Sedgewick, ...
Autism 25 (1), 199-209, 2021
Similarities and differences in theory of mind responses of patients with anorexia nervosa with and without autistic features
F Sedgewick, J Leppanen, F Goh, H Hayward, F Happé, K Tchanturia
Frontiers in Psychiatry 10, 318, 2019
Cortical morphometry in anorexia nervosa: An out‐of‐sample replication study
J Leppanen, F Sedgewick, V Cardi, J Treasure, K Tchanturia
European Eating Disorders Review 27 (5), 507-520, 2019
‘I have more control over my life’: A qualitative exploration of challenges, opportunities, and support needs among autistic university students
M Scott, F Sedgewick
Autism & Developmental Language Impairments 6, 23969415211010419, 2021
Neural correlates of theory of mind are preserved in young women with anorexia nervosa
M Leslie, D Halls, J Leppanen, F Sedgewick, K Smith, H Hayward, K Lang, ...
Frontiers in psychology, 2348, 2020
Autism and anorexia nervosa: longitudinal prediction of eating disorder outcomes
J Leppanen, F Sedgewick, D Halls, K Tchanturia
Frontiers in Psychiatry 13, 985867, 2022
Basal ganglia volume and shape in anorexia nervosa
J Leppanen, V Cardi, F Sedgewick, J Treasure, K Tchanturia
Appetite 144, 104480, 2020
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