Lauren E. Marsh
Lauren E. Marsh
School of Psychology, University of Nottingham
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Dissociation of mirroring and mentalising systems in autism
LE Marsh, AFC Hamilton
Neuroimage 56 (3), 1511-1519, 2011
Children with autism do not overimitate
L Marsh, A Pearson, D Ropar, A Hamilton
Current Biology 23 (7), R266-R268, 2013
The social modulation of imitation fidelity in school-age children
LE Marsh, D Ropar, AFC Hamilton
PLoS One 9 (1), e86127, 2014
Picture yourself: Self-focus and the endowment effect in preschool children
B Hood, S Weltzien, L Marsh, P Kanngiesser
Cognition 152, 70-77, 2016
The imitation game: Effects of social cues on ‘imitation’are domain-general in nature
LE Marsh, G Bird, C Catmur
NeuroImage 139, 368-375, 2016
Cognitive Mechanisms underlying visual perspective taking in typical and ASC children
A Pearson, L Marsh, D Ropar, A Hamilton
Autism Research 9 (1), 121-130, 2016
Using other minds as a window onto the world: guessing what happened from clues in behaviour
D Pillai, E Sheppard, D Ropar, L Marsh, A Pearson, P Mitchell
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (10), 2430-2439, 2014
Predictive gaze during observation of irrational actions in adults with autism spectrum conditions
LE Marsh, A Pearson, D Ropar, AFC Hamilton
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 45 (1), 245-261, 2015
Responses to irrational actions in action observation and mentalising networks of the human brain
LE Marsh, TL Mullett, D Ropar, AFC Hamilton
NeuroImage 103, 81-90, 2014
Spatial transformations of bodies and objects in adults with autism spectrum disorder
A Pearson, L Marsh, A Hamilton, D Ropar
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (9), 2277-2289, 2014
When and how does labour lead to love? The ontogeny and mechanisms of the IKEA effect
LE Marsh, P Kanngiesser, B Hood
Cognition 170, 245-253, 2018
Two systems for action comprehension in autism: Mirroring and mentalizing
A Hamilton, L Marsh
Understanding Other Minds. Perspectives from Developmental Social†…, 2013
Thinking of me: Self-focus reduces sharing and helping in seven-to eight-year-olds
S Weltzien, LE Marsh, B Hood
PloS one 13 (1), e0189752, 2018
Are you watching me? The role of audience and object novelty in overimitation
LE Marsh, D Ropar, AFC Hamilton
Journal of experimental child psychology 180, 123-130, 2019
Considering self or others across two cultural contexts: How children’s resource allocation is affected by self-construal manipulations
S Weltzien, L Marsh, P Kanngiesser, B Stuijfzand, B Hood
Journal of experimental child psychology 184, 139-157, 2019
Can Endowment Effects Explain Failures on the Monty Hall Problem?
L Marsh
OSF, 2016
Understanding action rationality: studies of neurotypical and autistic populations
LE Marsh
University of Nottingham, 2013
Eye tracking evidence for action simulation
L Marsh, MM Daum, A Springer, W Prinz, A Hamilton
18th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Meeting (CNS), 2011
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