4 new students joined the lab this semester! Sam, a new masters student will be studying the role that sensory sensitivities play in repetitive behaviours in ASD. Treva, an honors student, will be taking on a joint project with Sam, looking at the impact of sensory sensitivities on social competency in ASD. On the cogneuro […]
4 new publications have been posted including one on audiovisual re-calibration in ASD, one discussing the relationship between eye gaze and white matter development, and two investigating the interactions between the temporal, spatial, and effectiveness aspects of audiovisual integration. The new articles can be found here.
The lab is travelling to Baltimore for the International Meeting for Autism Research, where we will present three studies. Two of our posters are available online. Our poster on visual holistic processing in ASD can be found here, and our poster on the relationship between sensory processing, anxiety, and insistence on sameness in ASD can be found here.
January 12, 2016 – Our manuscript Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Default Local Processing in Individuals with High Autistic Traits Does Not Come at the Expense of Global Attention was accepted for publication in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
June 24, 2015 – Sarah Baum presented her poster Connecting individual differences in sensory and cognitive function in healthy aging at the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting in Chicago, IL, USA.
October 19, 2015 – Ryan Stevenson presented his poster On the spectrum: Sensory perception influences socio-communication in ASD at the Society for Neuroscience’s annual conference in Chicago, IL, USA.
September 6, 2015 – Our manuscript Behavioral, Perceptual, and Neural Alterations in Sensory and Multisensory Function in Autism Spectrum Disorder was accepted for publication in the journal Progress in Neurobiology.
September 1, 2015 – Our manuscript Keeping time in the brain – Autism spectrum disorders and audiovisual temporal processing was accepted for publication in the journal Autism Research.
August 25, 2015 – Ryan Stevenson gave a talk, The cascading impact of sensory perception on communication in Autism, at The Autism Research Training Program‘s summer school in Montreal, QC.
July 24, 2015 – Ryan Stevenson gave a talk,The impact of atypical sensory perception on social communication in autism, at The Icahn School of Medicine’s Seaver Autism Center in New York, NY.