Elizabeth Sheppard
Elizabeth Sheppard
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How easy is it to read the minds of people with autism spectrum disorder?
E Sheppard, D Pillai, GTL Wong, D Ropar, P Mitchell
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46 (4), 1247-1254, 2016
1032016
Brief report: Driving hazard perception in autism
E Sheppard, D Ropar, G Underwood, E van Loon
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 40 (4), 504-508, 2010
802010
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 (11), 2569-2583, 2013
702013
Double empathy
D Milton, B Heasman, E Sheppard
Encyclopedia of autism spectrum disorders, 2018
622018
Cross-cultural effects on drivers’ hazard perception
PC Lim, E Sheppard, D Crundall
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 21, 194-206, 2013
352013
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
252014
Can people guess what happened to others from their reactions?
D Pillai, E Sheppard, P Mitchell
PloS one 7 (11), e49859, 2012
252012
You look familiar: how Malaysian Chinese recognize faces
CBY Tan, ID Stephen, R Whitehead, E Sheppard
PLoS One 7 (1), e29714, 2012
252012
The impact of meaning and dimensionality on copying accuracy in individuals with autism
E Sheppard, D Ropar, P Mitchell
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 37 (10), 1913-1924, 2007
252007
A predictive hazard perception paradigm differentiates driving experience cross-culturally
PC Lim, E Sheppard, D Crundall
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 26, 210-217, 2014
242014
Using other minds as a window onto the world: guessing what happened from clues in behaviour
D Pillai, E Sheppard, D Ropar, L Marsh, A Pearson, P Mitchell
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (10), 2430-2439, 2014
232014
Attentional differences in a driving hazard perception task in adults with autism spectrum disorders
E Sheppard, E Van Loon, G Underwood, D Ropar
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 47 (2), 405-414, 2017
212017
Being S herlock H olmes: Can we sense empathy from a brief sample of behaviour?
W Wu, E Sheppard, P Mitchell
British Journal of Psychology 107 (1), 1-22, 2016
202016
Cross-cultural effects on the perception and appraisal of approaching motorcycles at junctions
YM Lee, E Sheppard, D Crundall
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 31, 77-86, 2015
192015
The effect of speed limit credibility on drivers' speed choice
YM Lee, SY Chong, K Goonting, E Sheppard
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 45, 43-53, 2017
172017
Is there a link between autistic people being perceived unfavorably and having a mind that is difficult to read?
RS Alkhaldi, E Sheppard, P Mitchell
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 49 (10), 3973-3982, 2019
152019
The effect of motion and signalling on drivers’ ability to predict intentions of other road users
YM Lee, E Sheppard
Accident Analysis & Prevention 95, 202-208, 2016
152016
Autism and dimensionality: Differences between copying and drawing tasks
E Sheppard, D Ropar, P Mitchell
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 39 (7), 1039-1046, 2009
152009
An expert discussion on autism and empathy
C Nicolaidis, D Milton, NJ Sasson, E Sheppard, M Yergeau
Autism in adulthood 1 (1), 4-11, 2018
142018
The impact of meaning and dimensionality on the accuracy of children's copying
E Sheppard, D Ropar, P Mitchell
British journal of developmental psychology 23 (3), 365-381, 2005
132005
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