See here for an article written by Lydia for Spectrum entitled: Ways to make autism research more diverse and inclusive. The article summarises the top takeaways from our U21 international panel event “Let’s talk about autism: diversity & inclusion”.
Congratulations to Jen for being awarded the Excellence in Doctoral Research Supervision Award for the College of Life and Environmental Sciences!
Congratulations to the newly minted Dr Alicia Rybicki!!!
Dopaminergic modulation of dynamic emotion perception:
By controlling for interindividual differences in baseline dopamine function we revealed effects of haloperidol on emotion recognition in healthy individuals and investigated potential mechanistic pathways via which dopamine may modulate emotion recognition. Our findings suggest that dopamine may influence emotion recognition via its effects on temporal processing, providing new directions for future research on typical and atypical emotion recognition.
Congratulations to the newly minted Dr Bianca Schuster!!!
Congratulations to Alicia and all co-authors on their new publication in Scientific Reports on ‘Intact predictive motor sequence learning in autism spectrum disorder’. Click here for the open access version
Congratulations to Jen on being awarded a 2021 Philip Leverhulme Prize
New paper ‘Kinematics and observer-animator kinematic similarity predict mental state attribution from Heider–Simmel style animations’ out now in Scientific Reports. Click here for open access.
Congratulations to Bianca and all co-authors!
Great to see work on alexithymia from Lydia Hickman and Connor Keating mentioned in this article in Spectrum.