Daniel Poole
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Guidelines for conducting research studies with the autism community
E Gowen, R Taylor, T Bleazard, A Greenstein, P Baimbridge, D Poole
Autism policy & practice 2 (1 A new beginning), 29, 2019
Time perception and autistic spectrum condition: A systematic review
M Casassus, E Poliakoff, E Gowen, D Poole, LA Jones
Autism Research 12 (10), 1440-1462, 2019
Brief report: Which came first? Exploring crossmodal temporal order judgements and their relationship with sensory reactivity in autism and neurotypicals
D Poole, E Gowen, PA Warren, E Poliakoff
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 47, 215-223, 2017
Investigating visual–tactile interactions over time and space in adults with autism
D Poole, E Gowen, PA Warren, E Poliakoff
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 45, 3316-3326, 2015
Adapting the crossmodal congruency task for measuring the limits of visual–tactile interactions within and between groups
D Poole, S Couth, E Gowen, PA Warren, E Poliakoff
Multisensory Research 28 (3-4), 227-244, 2015
Visual-tactile selective attention in autism spectrum condition: An increased influence of visual distractors.
D Poole, E Gowen, PA Warren, E Poliakoff
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (9), 1309, 2018
‘No idea of time’: Parents report differences in autistic children’s behaviour relating to time in a mixed-methods study
D Poole, E Gowen, E Poliakoff, LA Jones
Autism 25 (6), 1797-1808, 2021
Spatio-temporal structure, path characteristics, and perceptual grouping in immediate serial spatial recall
C De Lillo, M Kirby, D Poole
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1686, 2016
Shifting attention between modalities: Revisiting the modality-shift effect in autism
D Poole, E Miles, E Gowen, E Poliakoff
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 83 (6), 2498-2509, 2021
Opening up autism research: Bringing open research methods to our field
H Hobson, D Poole, A Pearson, S Fletcher-Watson
Autism 26 (5), 1011-1013, 2022
The effect of ageing on optimal integration of conflicting and non-conflicting visual–haptic stimuli
S Couth, D Poole, E Gowen, RA Champion, PA Warren, E Poliakoff
Multisensory research 32 (8), 771-796, 2019
Time perception in autistic adults: Interval and event timing judgments do not differ from nonautistics.
D Poole, M Casassus, E Gowen, E Poliakoff, LA Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2022
Click trains do not alter auditory temporal order judgements
D Poole, KJ Lees, LA Jones
Timing & Time Perception 8 (3-4), 239-253, 2020
Similarities in autistic and neurotypical visual–haptic perception when making judgements about conflicting sensory stimuli
D Poole, E Poliakoff, E Gowen, S Couth, RA Champion, PA Warren
Multisensory Research 30 (6), 509-536, 2017
‘A storm of post-it notes’: Experiences of perceptual capacity in autism and ADHD
B Irvine, F Elise, J Brinkert, D Poole, EK Farran, E Milne, G Scerif, L Crane, ...
Neurodiversity 2, 27546330241229004, 2024
Understanding the post-diagnostic support priorities of autistic adults in the United Kingdom: A co-produced modified Delphi study
S Crowson, D Poole, K Scargill, M Freeth
Autism, 13623613231196805, 2023
Understanding the Post-Diagnostic Support Priorities of Autistic Adults in the UK: A Co-Produced Modified Delphi Study
S Crowson, D Poole, K Scargill, M Freeth
OSF Preprints, 2022
Can location cues facilitate attentional suppression?
D Poole, J Grange, E Milne
OSF, 2024
When 2 become 1: Autistic simultaneity judgements about asynchronous audiovisual speech
D Poole, E Gowen, E Poliakoff, A Lambrechts, LA Jones
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 17470218231197518, 2023
Putting the spotlight back onto the flanker task in autism: autistic adults show increased interference from foils compared with non-autistic adults.
D Poole, JA Grange, E Milne
PsyArXiv, 2023
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