Here are the poster reprints from the Sensory Perception Lab from INSAR 2018 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Segers, Bebko, Ncube, & Stevenson – Pupillary responses to manipulations of stimuli type and synchrony in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Lauzon, Schulz, Cohen, & Stevenson – Multisensory integration and autistic traits. Parks, Griffith, Noonan, & Stevenson – […]

New papers out

A few new ASD-related papers out for those interested. The first is in Autism exploring the cascading impact of sensory differences in ASD, a second in Autism Research looking at speech perception in noise in ASD, and a third in JADD characterizing the relationships between hypersensitivity, anxiety, and insistence on sameness in ASD. Also out is a review […]

IMFAR 2017

The lab presented at the 2017 International Meeting for Autism Research in San Fransisco. Sam Schulz presented a poster on her data on sensory sensitivities and repetitive behaviours in autism, Ryan Stevenson presented a poster on statistical learning, and Melissa Ferland presented a poster on a collaborative project with York University.  

The lab at SRCD

The lab visited the annual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) this weekend in Austin, Texas. An SPR lab collaboration with York University investigating distinct physiological responses to social and non-social sensory information in autism was presented by Dr. Magali Segers, and can be found here. Ryan Stevenson presented work exploring […]

L.O.V.E. for the lab

We’re headed to LOVE at the end of this week in Niagara Falls. Sam Shultz will be presenting her poster on sensory sensitivities and repetitive behaviours in autism. Treva Sadler will be presenting her poster on auditory sensitivity, autistic traits, and social competency in a non-clinical sample. Richard Besney will be presenting his poster on audiovisual […]

New CI and SCZ papers accepted

2 new papers are out. In Ear and Hearing, we reported the influence of visual temporal acuity on the success of auditory perception in adults that use cochlear implants. In Schizophrenia Research, we published a study showing the influence of multisensory processing on positive symptoms in schizophrenia, specifically hallucinations. Papers will be made freely accessible here […]