Sarah J White
Sarah J White
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
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Theories of developmental dyslexia: insights from a multiple case study of dyslexic adults
F Ramus, S Rosen, SC Dakin, BL Day, JM Castellote, S White, U Frith
Brain 126 (4), 841-865, 2003
Mindblind eyes: an absence of spontaneous theory of mind in Asperger syndrome
A Senju, V Southgate, S White, U Frith
Science 325 (5942), 883-885, 2009
Empathic brain responses in insula are modulated by levels of alexithymia but not autism
G Bird, G Silani, R Brindley, S White, U Frith, T Singer
Brain 133 (5), 1515-1525, 2010
Revisiting the strange stories: Revealing mentalizing impairments in autism
S White, E Hill, F Happé, U Frith
Child development 80 (4), 1097-1117, 2009
The role of sensorimotor impairments in dyslexia: A multiple case study of dyslexic children
S White, E Milne, S Rosen, P Hansen, J Swettenham, U Frith, F Ramus
Developmental science 9 (3), 237-255, 2006
Motion and form coherence detection in autistic spectrum disorder: Relationship to motor control and 2: 4 digit ratio
E Milne, S White, R Campbell, J Swettenham, P Hansen, F Ramus
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 36, 225-237, 2006
Training social cognition: from imitation to theory of mind
I Santiesteban, S White, J Cook, SJ Gilbert, C Heyes, G Bird
Cognition 122 (2), 228-235, 2012
Developing the Frith‐Happé animations: A quick and objective test of Theory of Mind for adults with autism
SJ White, D Coniston, R Rogers, U Frith
Autism Research 4 (2), 149-154, 2011
Larger extrastriate population receptive fields in autism spectrum disorders
DS Schwarzkopf, EJ Anderson, B de Haas, SJ White, G Rees
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (7), 2713-2724, 2014
Impairments on “open‐ended” executive function tests in autism
SJ White, PW Burgess, EL Hill
Autism Research 2 (3), 138-147, 2009
The triple I hypothesis: Taking another (’s) perspective on executive dysfunction in autism
SJ White
Journal of Autism and developmental disorders 43, 114-121, 2013
Brief report: Are ADHD traits dissociable from the autistic profile? Links between cognition and behaviour
CS Ames, SJ White
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 41, 357-363, 2011
A double dissociation between sensorimotor impairments and reading disability: A comparison of autistic and dyslexic children
S White, U Frith, E Milne, S Rosen, J Swettenham, F Ramus
Cognitive Neuropsychology 23 (5), 748-761, 2006
Exploring the building blocks of social cognition: spontaneous agency perception and visual perspective taking in autism
J Zwickel, SJ White, D Coniston, A Senju, U Frith
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 6 (5), 564-571, 2011
Can autistic children predict behavior by social stereotypes?
L Hirschfeld, E Bartmess, S White, U Frith
Current biology 17 (12), R451-R452, 2007
Performance of children with autism on the Embedded Figures Test: A closer look at a popular task
SJ White, D Saldaña
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 41, 1565-1572, 2011
Autistic adolescents show atypical activation of the brain′ s mentalizing system even without a prior history of mentalizing problems
SJ White, U Frith, J Rellecke, Z Al-Noor, SJ Gilbert
Neuropsychologia 56, 17-25, 2014
Big heads, small details and autism
S White, H O’Reilly, U Frith
Neuropsychologia 47 (5), 1274-1281, 2009
A striking reduction of simple loudness adaptation in autism
RP Lawson, J Aylward, S White, G Rees
Scientific reports 5 (1), 16157, 2015
Mentalizing or submentalizing in a communication task? Evidence from autism and a camera control
I Santiesteban, P Shah, S White, G Bird, C Heyes
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22, 844-849, 2015
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