Anna Remington
Anna Remington
UCL Institute of Education
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Selective attention and perceptual load in autism spectrum disorder
A Remington, J Swettenham, R Campbell, M Coleman
Psychological science 20 (11), 1388-1393, 2009
Genetic etiology in cases of recovered and persistent stuttering in an unselected, longitudinal sample of young twins
K Dworzynski, A Remington, F Rijsdijk, P Howell, R Plomin
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2007
GPs’ confidence in caring for their patients on the autism spectrum: an online self-report study
S Unigwe, C Buckley, L Crane, L Kenny, A Remington, E Pellicano
British Journal of General Practice 67 (659), e445-e452, 2017
A sound advantage: Increased auditory capacity in autism
A Remington, J Fairnie
Cognition 166, 459-465, 2017
Development of motion processing in children with autism
D Annaz, A Remington, E Milne, M Coleman, R Campbell, MSC Thomas, ...
Developmental science 13 (6), 826-838, 2010
Excluded from school: Autistic students’ experiences of school exclusion and subsequent re-integration into school
J Brede, A Remington, L Kenny, K Warren, E Pellicano
Autism & Developmental Language Impairments 2, 2396941517737511, 2017
Lightening the load: perceptual load impairs visual detection in typical adults but not in autism.
AM Remington, JG Swettenham, N Lavie
Journal of abnormal psychology 121 (2), 544, 2012
Increasing food acceptance in the home setting: a randomized controlled trial of parent-administered taste exposure with incentives
A Remington, E Añez, H Croker, J Wardle, L Cooke
The American journal of clinical nutrition 95 (1), 72-77, 2012
‘Sometimes you just need someone to take a chance on you’: An internship programme for autistic graduates at Deutsche Bank, UK
A Remington, E Pellicano
Journal of Management & Organization 25 (4), 516-534, 2019
Attentional status of faces for people with autism spectrum disorder
A Remington, R Campbell, J Swettenham
Autism 16 (1), 59-73, 2012
“People might understand me better”: Diagnostic disclosure experiences of autistic individuals in the workplace
AM Romualdez, B Heasman, Z Walker, J Davies, A Remington
Autism in Adulthood 3 (2), 157-167, 2021
Loneliness in autistic adults: A systematic review
K Grace, A Remington, B Lloyd-Evans, J Davies, L Crane
Autism 26 (8), 2117-2135, 2022
“Life is much more difficult to manage during periods”: autistic experiences of menstruation
R Steward, L Crane, EM Roy, A Remington, E Pellicano
The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Menstruation Studies, 751-761, 2020
Ameliorating the disadvantage for autistic job seekers: An initial evaluation of adapted employment interview questions
K Maras, JE Norris, J Nicholson, B Heasman, A Remington, L Crane
Autism 25 (4), 1060-1075, 2021
Seeing the unseen: autism involves reduced susceptibility to inattentional blindness.
J Swettenham, A Remington, P Murphy, M Feuerstein, K Grim, N Lavie
Neuropsychology 28 (4), 563, 2014
I can see clearly now: The effects of age and perceptual load on inattentional blindness
A Remington, U Cartwright-Finch, N Lavie
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 229, 2014
The strengths and abilities of autistic people in the workplace
R Cope, A Remington
Autism in Adulthood 4 (1), 22-31, 2022
Autistic adults’ experiences of diagnostic disclosure in the workplace: Decision-making and factors associated with outcomes
AM Romualdez, Z Walker, A Remington
Autism & Developmental Language Impairments 6, 23969415211022955, 2021
Object personification in autism: This paper will be very sad if you don’t read it
RC White, A Remington
Autism 23 (4), 1042-1045, 2019
The impact of instrumental feeding on children's responses to taste exposure
E Añez, A Remington, J Wardle, L Cooke
Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 26 (5), 415-420, 2013
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