Megan Freeth
Megan Freeth
Professor of Neurodevelopmental Psychology, University of Sheffield
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Social attention with real versus reel stimuli: toward an empirical approach to concerns about ecological validity
EF Risko, KEW Laidlaw, M Freeth, T Foulsham, A Kingstone
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 143, 2012
‘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
What affects social attention? Social presence, eye contact and autistic traits
M Freeth, T Foulsham, A Kingstone
PloS one 8 (1), e53286, 2013
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, 534-547, 2010
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, 2569-2583, 2013
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
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, 305-314, 2016
Students’ stereotypes of autism
C Wood, M Freeth
Journal of Educational Issues 2 (2), 131-140, 2016
A thematic synthesis of siblings' lived experiences of autism: Distress, responsibilities, compassion and connection
AT Leedham, AR Thompson, M Freeth
Research in Developmental Disabilities 97, 103547, 2020
Visual engagement with urban street edges: Insights using mobile eye-tracking
J Simpson, M Freeth, KJ Simpson, K Thwaites
Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban …, 2019
Autistic people’s perspectives on stereotypes: An interpretative phenomenological analysis
C Treweek, C Wood, J Martin, M Freeth
Autism 23 (3), 759-769, 2019
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
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
Cognition and behaviour in sotos syndrome: A systematic review
C Lane, E Milne, M Freeth
PLoS One 11 (2), e0149189, 2016
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
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
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, 364-371, 2011
Characteristics of autism spectrum disorder in Sotos syndrome
C Lane, E Milne, M Freeth
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 47, 135-143, 2017
Intense connection and love: The experiences of autistic mothers
AS Dugdale, AR Thompson, A Leedham, N Beail, M Freeth
Autism 25 (7), 1973-1984, 2021
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
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