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Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Kirstin Farquhar
David Mason
Dr Samuel Brice
Dr Sarah Wigham
et al.
Development and initial evaluation of the Anxiety Scale for Autism - Adults (ASA-A)2020
Dr Sarah Wigham
Dr Barry Ingham
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Dr Thomas Berney
Professor Jeremy Parr
et al.
Development and initial utility of the Autism Clinical Interview for Adults: a new adult autism diagnostic measure2020
Dr Barry Ingham
Alice Bentley
Dr Jenny Rhodes
Development and psychometric properties of a team formulation measure in intellectual disabilities services2020
Professor Jeremy Parr
Dr Samuel Brice
Dr Patrick Welsh
Dr Barry Ingham
Professor Ann Le Couteur
et al.
Treating anxiety in autistic adults: Study protocol for the Personalised Anxiety Treatment-Autism (PAT-A©) pilot randomised controlled feasibility trial2020
David Mason
Dr Barry Ingham
Dr Marc Woodbury-Smith
Toni Brown
Professor Jeremy Parr
et al.
A Systematic Review of What Barriers and Facilitators Prevent and Enable Physical Healthcare Services Access for Autistic Adults2019
Dr Stephen Barton
Dr Barry Ingham
Professor Jeremy Parr
Guided self-help for depression in autistic adults: the ADEPT feasibility RCT2019
Dr Sarah Wigham
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Dr Barry Ingham
Professor Jeremy Parr
et al.
Psychometric properties of questionnaires and diagnostic measures for autism spectrum disorders in adults: a systematic review2019
Dr Stephen Barton
Dr Barry Ingham
Professor Jeremy Parr
The feasibility of low-intensity psychological therapy for depression co-occurring with autism in adults: The Autism Depression Trial study – a pilot randomised controlled trial2019
Dr Morag Maskey
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Barry Ingham
Professor Mark Freeston
Dr Marie Labus
et al.
Using Virtual Reality Environments to Augment Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Fears and Phobias in Autistic Adults2019
Dr Barry Ingham
Liam Trevithick
Associations Between Mental Health Problems and Challenging Behavior in Adults With Intellectual Disabilities: A Test of the Behavioral Equivalents Hypothesis2018
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