Affiliation: University College London
- Selective attention and perceptual load in autism spectrum disorderAnna Remington
Department of Developmental Science, University College London, London, UK
Psychol Sci 20:1388-93. 2009..These results suggest enhanced perceptual capacity in the ASD group and are consistent with previous observations regarding superior visual search abilities among individuals with ASD...
- Lightening the load: perceptual load impairs visual detection in typical adults but not in autismAnna M Remington
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, London
J Abnorm Psychol 121:544-51. 2012..These findings confirm our hypothesis and offer a promising solution to the previous discrepancies by suggesting that increased distractor processing in ASD results not from a filtering deficit but from enhanced perceptual capacity...
- Attentional status of faces for people with autism spectrum disorderAnna Remington
Developmental Science, University College London, London, UK
Autism 16:59-73. 2012..In the equivalent non-social task, distractors had no effect at high load for either group. The results suggest that faces are processed in an automatic and mandatory fashion in typical adults but not in adults with ASD...
- Perception of pointing from biological motion point-light displays in typically developing children and children with autism spectrum disorderJohn Swettenham
Developmental Science, Division of Psychology and Language Science, University College London, Chandler House, 2 Wakefield Street, London, WC1N 1PF, UK
J Autism Dev Disord 43:1437-46. 2013..A video of a pointing gesture produced validity effects in both groups...
- Development of motion processing in children with autismDagmara Annaz
Department of Developmental Sciences, Division of Psychology and Language Science, University College London, UK
Dev Sci 13:826-38. 2010..Finally, Gabor display thresholds appeared to develop typically in children with autism...
- Seeing the unseen: Autism involves reduced susceptibility to inattentional blindnessJohn Swettenham
Developmental Science, University College London
Neuropsychology 28:563-70. 2014..PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2014 APA, all rights reserved). ..