Megan Freeth
Megan Freeth
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Social attention with real versus reel stimuli: toward an empirical approach to concerns about ecological validity
EF Risko, KE Laidlaw, M Freeth, T Foulsham, A Kingstone
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 143, 2012
2182012
Do gaze cues in complex scenes capture and direct the attention of high functioning adolescents with ASD? Evidence from eye-tracking
M Freeth, P Chapman, D Ropar, P Mitchell
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 40 (5), 534-547, 2010
1452010
What affects social attention? Social presence, eye contact and autistic traits
M Freeth, T Foulsham, A Kingstone
PloS one 8 (1), e53286, 2013
1402013
A cross-cultural comparison of autistic traits in the UK, India and Malaysia
M Freeth, E Sheppard, R Ramachandran, E Milne
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 43 (11), 2569-2583, 2013
672013
The distribution of and relationship between autistic traits and social anxiety in a UK student population
M Freeth, T Bullock, E Milne
Autism 17 (5), 571-581, 2013
452013
The eye gaze direction of an observed person can bias perception, memory, and attention in adolescents with and without autism spectrum disorder
M Freeth, D Ropar, P Chapman, P Mitchell
Journal of experimental child psychology 105 (1-2), 20-37, 2010
432010
The influence of visual saliency on fixation patterns in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
M Freeth, T Foulsham, P Chapman
Neuropsychologia 49 (1), 156-160, 2011
412011
Brief report: Patterns of eye movements in face to face conversation are associated with autistic traits: Evidence from a student sample
A Vabalas, M Freeth
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46 (1), 305-314, 2016
402016
Brief report: How adolescents with ASD process social information in complex scenes. Combining evidence from eye movements and verbal descriptions
M Freeth, D Ropar, P Mitchell, P Chapman, S Loher
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 41 (3), 364-371, 2011
362011
Visual search performance is predicted by the degree to which selective attention to features modulates the ERP between 350 and 600 ms
E Milne, SA Dunn, M Freeth, L Rosas-Martinez
Neuropsychologia 51 (6), 1109-1118, 2013
332013
Cognition and behaviour in sotos syndrome: A systematic review
C Lane, E Milne, M Freeth
PLoS One 11 (2), e0149189, 2016
292016
Autism across cultures: Perspectives from non‐western cultures and implications for research
M Freeth, E Milne, E Sheppard, R Ramachandran
Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Fourth Edition, 2014
232014
Can children resist making interpretations when uncertain?
SR Beck, EJ Robinson, MM Freeth
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 99 (4), 252-270, 2008
212008
Characteristics of autism spectrum disorder in Sotos syndrome
C Lane, E Milne, M Freeth
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 47 (1), 135-143, 2017
202017
Social partner gaze direction and conversational phase; factors affecting social attention during face-to-face conversations in autistic adults?
M Freeth, P Bugembe
Autism 23 (2), 503-513, 2019
172019
Reduced visual exploration when viewing photographic scenes in individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
TJ Heaton, M Freeth
Journal of abnormal psychology 125 (3), 399, 2016
162016
‘I was exhausted trying to figure it out’: The experiences of females receiving an autism diagnosis in middle to late adulthood
A Leedham, AR Thompson, R Smith, M Freeth
Autism 24 (1), 135-146, 2020
152020
Mental State Attributions Mediate the Gaze Cueing Effect
EJ Morgan, M Freeth, DT Smith
Vision 2 (1), 11, 2018
132018
Autistic people’s perspectives on stereotypes: An interpretative phenomenological analysis
C Treweek, C Wood, J Martin, M Freeth
Autism 23 (3), 759-769, 2019
102019
The cognitive profile of Sotos syndrome
C Lane, E Milne, M Freeth
Journal of neuropsychology 13 (2), 240-252, 2019
92019
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