Deborah M Riby
Deborah M Riby
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Viewing it differently: Social scene perception in Williams syndrome and autism
DM Riby, PJB Hancock
Neuropsychologia 46 (11), 2855-2860, 2008
Do faces capture the attention of individuals with Williams syndrome or autism? Evidence from tracking eye movements
DM Riby, PJB Hancock
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 39, 421-431, 2009
Looking at movies and cartoons: Eye‐tracking evidence from Williams syndrome and autism
D Riby, PJB Hancock
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 53 (2), 169-181, 2009
University students with autism: The social and academic experiences of university in the UK
E Gurbuz, M Hanley, DM Riby
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 49, 617-631, 2019
Consumption of energy drinks by children and young people: a rapid review examining evidence of physical effects and consumer attitudes
S Visram, M Cheetham, DM Riby, SJ Crossley, AA Lake
BMJ open 6 (10), e010380, 2016
Anxiety and repetitive behaviours in autism spectrum disorders and Williams syndrome: A cross-syndrome comparison
J Rodgers, DM Riby, E Janes, B Connolly, H McConachie
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 42, 175-180, 2012
Cognitive training as a resolution for early executive function difficulties in children with intellectual disabilities
HE Kirk, K Gray, DM Riby, KM Cornish
Research in developmental disabilities 38, 145-160, 2015
‘Too withdrawn’or ‘too friendly’: considering social vulnerability in two neuro‐developmental disorders
A Jawaid, DM Riby, J Owens, SW White, T Tarar, PE Schulz
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 56 (4), 335-350, 2012
Executive neuropsychological functioning in individuals with Williams syndrome
SM Rhodes, DM Riby, J Park, E Fraser, LE Campbell
Neuropsychologia 48 (5), 1216-1226, 2010
Spontaneous attention to faces in Asperger syndrome using ecologically valid static stimuli
M Hanley, M McPhillips, G Mulhern, DM Riby
Autism 17 (6), 754-761, 2013
Spontaneous and cued gaze-following in autism and Williams syndrome
DM Riby, PJB Hancock, N Jones, M Hanley
Journal of neurodevelopmental disorders 5, 1-12, 2013
The eyes or the mouth? Feature salience and unfamiliar face processing in Williams syndrome and autism
DM Riby, G Doherty-Sneddon, V Bruce
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 62 (1), 189-203, 2009
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and Williams syndrome: shared behavioral and neuropsychological profiles
SM Rhodes, DM Riby, K Matthews, DR Coghill
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 33 (1), 147-156, 2011
Brief report: Faces cause less distraction in autism
DM Riby, PH Brown, N Jones, M Hanley
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 42, 634-639, 2012
Distraction, distress and diversity: Exploring the impact of sensory processing differences on learning and school life for pupils with autism spectrum disorders
EK Jones, M Hanley, DM Riby
Research in autism spectrum disorders 72, 101515, 2020
Psychological correlates of sensory processing patterns in individuals with autism spectrum disorder: a systematic review
M Glod, DM Riby, E Honey, J Rodgers
Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 2, 199-221, 2015
Classroom displays—Attraction or distraction? Evidence of impact on attention and learning from children with and without autism.
M Hanley, M Khairat, K Taylor, R Wilson, R Cole-Fletcher, DM Riby
Developmental psychology 53 (7), 1265, 2017
Attention during social interaction in children with autism: Comparison to specific language impairment, typical development, and links to social cognition
M Hanley, DM Riby, T McCormack, C Carty, L Coyle, N Crozier, ...
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 8 (7), 908-924, 2014
Gaze aversion as a cognitive load management strategy in autism spectrum disorder and Williams syndrome
G Doherty‐Sneddon, DM Riby, L Whittle
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 53 (4), 420-430, 2012
Exploring face perception in disorders of development: Evidence from Williams syndrome and autism
DM Riby, G Doherty‐Sneddon, V Bruce
Journal of Neuropsychology 2 (1), 47-64, 2008
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