Publications

Publications

AIMS-2-TRIALS scientists may contribute to publications from not only this research programme, but also from other, unrelated research. All of these publications are listed below. Those that are specific to AIMS-2-TRIALS and which have key findings will be covered in more detail on the News page.

Bast, N. et al (2019) Pupil dilation progression modulates aberrant social cognition in Autism Spectrum DisorderAutism Research 000:1-13.

Loth, E. and Evans, D.W. (2019) Converting tests of fundamental social, cognitive, and affective processes into clinically useful bio-behavioural markers for neurodevelopmental conditions. WIREs Cogn Sci. 10:e1499.

Wolfers, T. et al (2019) From pattern classification to stratification: towards conceptualizing the heterogeneity of Ausitm Spectrum Disorder. Neurosci & BoiBehav Reviews. 104:240-254.

Nyström, P. et al (2019) Joint attention in infancy and the emergence of autism. Biol Psych. In press.

Crawley, D. et al (2019) Modelling cognitive flexibility in autism spectrum disorder and typical development reveals comparable developmental shifts in learning mechanisms. In press.

Jones, E.J.H. et al (2019) Eurosibs: Towards robust measurement of infant neurocognitive predictors of autism across Europe. Infant Behav & Dev. P. 101316

Wolfers, T. et al (2019) From pattern classification to stratification: towards conceptualizing the heterogeneity of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Neurosci & Biobehav Reviews S0149-7634(19): 30319-7.

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 ProjectAutism 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 childhoodAutism Research 12(4): 614-627.

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.

Horder, J. et al (2018) GABA-A receptor availability is not altered in adults with autism spectrum disorder or in mouse modelsSci Transl Med 10(461): eaam8434.

Greenberg, 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 peoplePNAS 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.