Brett Heasman
Brett Heasman
School of Education, Language and Psychology, York St John University
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Neurodivergent intersubjectivity: Distinctive features of how autistic people create shared understanding
B Heasman, A Gillespie
Autism 23 (4), 910-921, 2019
Perspective-taking is two-sided: Misunderstandings between people with Asperger’s syndrome and their family members
B Heasman, A Gillespie
Autism 22 (6), 740-750, 2018
Double Empathy
DEM Milton, B Heasman, S Elizabeth
Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders, 1-8, 2018
“People might understand me better”: Diagnostic disclosure experiences of autistic individuals in the workplace
AM Romualdez, B Heasman, Z Walker, J Davies, A Remington
Autism in Adulthood 3 (2), 157-167, 2021
Ameliorating the disadvantage for autistic job seekers: An initial evaluation of adapted employment interview questions
K Maras, JE Norris, J Nicholson, B Heasman, A Remington, L Crane
Autism 25 (4), 1060-1075, 2021
Double empathy: why autistic people are often misunderstood
CJ Crompton, K DeBrabander, B Heasman, D Milton, NJ Sasson
Neuroscience 9 (554875), 4-11, 2021
Access to employment: A comparison of autistic, neurodivergent and neurotypical adults’ experiences of hiring processes in the United Kingdom
J Davies, B Heasman, A Livesey, A Walker, E Pellicano, A Remington
Autism 27 (6), 1746-1763, 2023
Participants over-estimate how helpful they are in a two-player game scenario toward an artificial confederate that discloses a diagnosis of autism
B Heasman, A Gillespie
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 435406, 2019
Social psychology of and for world-making
SA Power, T Zittoun, S Akkerman, B Wagoner, M Cabra, F Cornish, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Review 27 (4), 378-392, 2023
Autistic adults’ views and experiences of requesting and receiving workplace adjustments in the UK
J Davies, B Heasman, A Livesey, A Walker, E Pellicano, A Remington
Plos one 17 (8), e0272420, 2022
Encyclopedia of autism spectrum disorders
DEM Milton, B Heasman, E Sheppard
Learning how to read autistic behavior from interactions between autistic people
B Heasman, A Gillespie
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2019
Imagining the self through cultural technologies
A Gillespie, K Corti, S Evans, B Heasman
Handbook of imagination and culture, 301-318, 2017
Experiences of autistic and non-autistic individuals participating in a corporate internship scheme
A Remington, B Heasman, AM Romualdez, E Pellicano
Autism 26 (1), 201-216, 2022
“It is a big spider web of things”: Sensory experiences of autistic adults in public spaces
K MacLennan, C Woolley, E @ 21andsensory, B Heasman, J Starns, ...
Autism in Adulthood 5 (4), 411-422, 2023
What can acute medicine learn from qualitative methods?
B Heasman, TW Reader
Current Opinion in Critical Care 21 (5), 460-466, 2015
The workplace masking experiences of autistic, non-autistic neurodivergent and neurotypical adults in the UK
A Pryke-Hobbes, J Davies, B Heasman, A Livesey, A Walker, E Pellicano, ...
Plos one 18 (9), e0290001, 2023
Autistic adults' priorities for future autism employment research: Perspectives from the United Kingdom
J Davies, AM Romualdez, D Malyan, B Heasman, A Livesey, A Walker, ...
Autism in Adulthood 6 (1), 72-85, 2024
Evaluating the impact of an online autism training on employers’ autism knowledge and commitment to inclusion in the workplace
M Ashworth, B Heasman, L Crane, A Remington
OSF Preprints, 2023
Employers may discriminate against autism without realising
B Heasman
LSE Business Review, 2017
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