Emily Farran
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Visuospatial cognition in Williams syndrome: reviewing and accounting for the strengths and weaknesses in performance
EK Farran, C Jarrold
Developmental neuropsychology 23 (1-2), 173-200, 2003
The contribution of spatial ability to mathematics achievement in middle childhood
KA Gilligan, E Flouri, EK Farran
Journal of experimental child psychology 163, 107-125, 2017
Neurodevelopmental disorders across the lifespan: A neuroconstructivist approach
EK Farran, A Karmiloff-Smith
OUP Oxford, 2011
Spatial cognition and science achievement: The contribution of intrinsic and extrinsic spatial skills from 7 to 11 years
A Hodgkiss, KA Gilligan, AK Tolmie, MSC Thomas, EK Farran
British Journal of Educational Psychology 88 (4), 675-697, 2018
Block design performance in the Williams syndrome phenotype: A problem with mental imagery?
EK Farran, C Jarrold, SE Gathercole
The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 42 (6 …, 2001
Visual search for basic emotional expressions in autism; impaired processing of anger, fear and sadness, but a typical happy face advantage
EK Farran, A Branson, BJ King
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 5 (1), 455-462, 2011
Divided attention, selective attention and drawing: Processing preferences in Williams syndrome are dependent on the task administered
EK Farran, C Jarrold, SE Gathercole
Neuropsychologia 41 (6), 676-687, 2003
The developmental relations between spatial cognition and mathematics in primary school children
KA Gilligan, A Hodgkiss, MSC Thomas, EK Farran
Developmental science 22 (4), e12786, 2019
Wayfinding behaviour in Down syndrome: A study with virtual environments
Y Courbois, EK Farran, A Lemahieu, M Blades, H Mengue-Topio, ...
Research in developmental disabilities 34 (5), 1825-1831, 2013
Route learning and shortcut performance in adults with intellectual disability: A study with virtual environments
H Mengue-Topio, Y Courbois, EK Farran, P Sockeel
Research in developmental disabilities 32 (1), 345-352, 2011
The development of wayfinding abilities in children: Learning routes with and without landmarks
J Lingwood, M Blades, EK Farran, Y Courbois, D Matthews
Journal of environmental psychology 41, 74-80, 2015
The development of route learning in Down syndrome, Williams syndrome and typical development: investigations with virtual environments
HRM Purser, EK Farran, Y Courbois, A Lemahieu, P Sockeel, D Mellier, ...
Developmental science 18 (4), 599-613, 2015
First demonstration of effective spatial training for near transfer to spatial performance and far transfer to a range of mathematics skills at 8 years
KA Gilligan, MSC Thomas, EK Farran
Developmental science 23 (4), e12909, 2020
How do individuals with Williams syndrome learn a route in a real‐world environment?
EK Farran, M Blades, J Boucher, LJ Tranter
Developmental Science 13 (3), 454-468, 2010
How useful are landmarks when learning a route in a virtual environment? Evidence from typical development and Williams syndrome
EK Farran, Y Courbois, J Van Herwegen, M Blades
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 111 (4), 571-586, 2012
Do children with Williams syndrome really have good vocabulary knowledge? Methods for comparing cognitive and linguistic abilities in developmental disorders
J Brock, C Jarrold, EK Farran, G Laws, DM Riby
Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 21 (9), 673-688, 2007
Egocentric and allocentric navigation strategies in Williams syndrome and typical development
HJ Broadbent, EK Farran, A Tolmie
Developmental science 17 (6), 920-934, 2014
Social cognition in Williams syndrome: genotype/phenotype insights from partial deletion patients
A Karmiloff-Smith, H Broadbent, EK Farran, E Longhi, D D’Souza, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 168, 2012
Perceptual grouping ability in Williams syndrome: Evidence for deviant patterns of performance
EK Farran
Neuropsychologia 43 (5), 815-822, 2005
Short-term memory, executive control, and children’s route learning
HRM Purser, EK Farran, Y Courbois, A Lemahieu, D Mellier, P Sockeel, ...
Journal of experimental child psychology 113 (2), 273-285, 2012
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