The publications below were produced as a direct result of the AIMS-2-TRIALS – or earlier EU-AIMS – research programmes.
Oldehinkel, M. et al (2019) Altered connectivity between cerebellum, visual, and sensory-motor networks in autism spectrum disorder: results from the EU-AIMS Longitudinal European Autism Project. Biol Psychiatry Cogn Neurosci and Neuroimaging 4(3): 260-70.
Holiga, S. et al (2019) Patients with autism spectrum disorders display reproducible functional connectivity alterations. Sci Transl Med 11(481): eaat9223.
Tillman, J. et al (2019) Investigating the factors underlying adaptive functioning in autism in the EU‐AIMS Longitudinal European Autism Project. Autism Research 12(4): 654-7.
Pote, I. et al (2019) Familial risk of autism alters subcortical and cerebellar brain anatomy in infants and predicts the emergence of repetitive behaviours in early childhood. Autism Research 12(4): 614-627.
Horder, J. et al (2018) GABA-A receptor availability is not altered in adults with autism spectrum disorder or in mouse models. Sci Transl Med 10(461): eaam8434.
The publications below were also produced by AIMS-2-TRIALS researchers, but were not the direct result of this research programme.
Pretzsch, C.M. et al (2019) The effect of cannabidiol (CBD) on low-frequency activity and functional connectivity in the brain of adults with and without autism spectrum disorder (ASD). J Psychopharm 44(8):1398-1405.
Pretzsch, C.M. et al (2019) Effects of cannabidiol on brain excitation and inhibition systems; a randomised placebo-controlled single dose trial during magnetic resonance spectroscopy in adults with and without autism spectrum disorder. Nature Neuropsychopharmacology 44(8): 1398-1405.
Greenbergy, D.M. et al (2018) Testing the empathizing-systemizing theory of sex differences and the extreme male brain theory of autism in half a million people. PNAS 115(48)12152-12157.
Diaz-Caena, C.M. et al (2018) Neuroanatomical deficits shared by youth with autism spectrum disorders and psychotic disorders. Human Brain Mapp. 40:1643-1653.