Browsing publications by Dr Susan Leekham

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
Professor Helen McConachie
Professor Mark Freeston
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Dr Susan Leekham
et al.
Relations among restricted and repetitive behaviours, anxiety and sensory features in children with autism spectrum disorders2014
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Dr Susan Leekham
Diagnosing Autism Spectrum Disorder: Who will get a DSM-5 diagnosis?2013
Dr Bronia Arnott
Dr Susan Leekham
Mind-Mindedness and Theory of Mind: Mediating Roles of Language and Perspectival Symbolic Play2013
Dr Sue Fletcher-Watson
Dr Susan Leekham
Brenda Connolly
Jim Collis
Professor Helen McConachie
et al.
Attenuation of change blindness in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders2012
Dr Bronia Arnott
Dr Susan Leekham
Mark Turner
Mind-Mindedness as a Multidimensional Construct: Appropriate and Nonattuned Mind-Related Comments Independently Predict Infant–Mother Attachment in a Socially Diverse Sample2012
Dr Susan Leekham
Professor Helen McConachie
Further Evidence for Nonspecificity of Theory of Mind in Preschoolers: Training and Transferability in the Understanding of False Beliefs and False Signs2011
Dr Bronia Arnott
Dr Susan Leekham
Dr Kathryn Parkinson
Individual Differences in Infants’ Joint Attention Behaviors with Mother and a New Social Partner2011
Dr Sue Fletcher-Watson
Dr Susan Leekham
Eye movements affirm: automatic overt gaze and arrow cueing for typical adults and adults with autism spectrum disorder2009
Dr Sue Fletcher-Watson
Dr Susan Leekham
Brief Report: Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder Show Normal Attention to Eye-Gaze Information-Evidence from a New Change Blindness Paradigm2008
Dr Emma Honey
Dr Susan Leekham
Professor Helen McConachie
Repetitive behaviour and play in typically developing children and children with autism spectrum disorders2007
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