Danielle Ropar
Danielle Ropar
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TitleCited byYear
Susceptibility to illusions and performance on visuospatial tasks in individuals with autism
D Ropar, P Mitchell
The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 42 (4 …, 2001
2782001
Are individuals with autism and Asperger's syndrome susceptible to visual illusions?
D Ropar, P Mitchell
The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 40 (8 …, 1999
1701999
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
1372010
Shape constancy in autism: The role of prior knowledge and perspective cues
D Ropar, P Mitchell
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 43 (5), 647-653, 2002
1272002
Do the eyes have it? Inferring mental states from animated faces in autism
E Back, D Ropar, P Mitchell
Child development 78 (2), 397-411, 2007
1232007
Visuo‐spatial abilities in autism: A review
P Mitchell, D Ropar
Infant and Child Development: An International Journal of Research and …, 2004
1032004
How perception impacts on drawings.
P Mitchell, D Ropar, K Ackroyd, G Rajendran
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (5), 996, 2005
752005
Brief report: Driving hazard perception in autism
E Sheppard, D Ropar, G Underwood, E van Loon
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 40 (4), 504-508, 2010
652010
Children with autism do not overimitate
L Marsh, A Pearson, D Ropar, A Hamilton
Current Biology 23 (7), R266-R268, 2013
582013
A review of visual perspective taking in autism spectrum disorder
A Pearson, D Ropar, AF Hamilton
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 652, 2013
562013
Sorting preference in children with autism: the dominance of concrete features
D Ropar, D Peebles
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 37 (2), 270-280, 2007
562007
Susceptibility to the Shepard illusion in participants with autism: reduced top‐down influences within perception?
P Mitchell, L Mottron, I Soulieres, D Ropar
Autism Research 3 (3), 113-119, 2010
512010
Do children with autism find it difficult to offer alternative interpretations to ambiguous figures?
D Ropar, P Mitchell, K Ackroyd
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 21 (3), 387-395, 2003
472003
How easy is it to read the minds of people with autism spectrum disorder?
E Sheppard, D Pillai, GTL Wong, D Ropar, P Mitchell
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46 (4), 1247-1254, 2016
422016
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
412010
Processing of spontaneous emotional responses in adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorders: effect of stimulus type
S Cassidy, P Mitchell, P Chapman, D Ropar
Autism Research 8 (5), 534-544, 2015
372015
Understanding boundary extension: Normalization and extension errors in picture memory among adults and boys with and without Asperger's syndrome
P Chapman, D Ropar, P Mitchell, K Ackroyd
Visual Cognition 12 (7), 1265-1290, 2005
342005
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
332011
Visuo-tactile integration in autism: atypical temporal binding may underlie greater reliance on proprioceptive information
K Greenfield, D Ropar, AD Smith, M Carey, R Newport
Molecular autism 6 (1), 51, 2015
322015
Measuring the value of social engagement in adults with and without autism
I Dubey, D Ropar, AF de C Hamilton
Molecular autism 6 (1), 35, 2015
322015
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