Publications

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    Autism specific research (selection)

    • Cassidy, S., Ropar, D., Mitchell, P., & Chapman, P. (2014). Can adults with autism spectrum disorders infer what happened to someone from their emotional response? Autism Research, 7, 112-123.
    • Gordon, I., Pierce, M. D., Bartlett, M. S., & Tanaka, J. W. (2014). Training Facial Expression Production in Children on the Autism Spectrum. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 44, 2486-2498.
    • Kuchinke, L., Schneider, D., Kotz, S., & Jacobs, A. (2011). Spontaneous but not explicit processing of positive sentences impaired in Asperger’s syndrome: Pupillometric evidence. Neuropsychologia, 49, 331-338.
    • Pillai, D., Sheppard, E., Ropar, D., Marsh, L., Pearson, A., & Mitchell, P. (2014). Using other minds as a window onto the world: Guessing what happened from clues in behaviour. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 44, 2430-2439.
    • Poustka, L., Brandeis, D., Hohmann, S., Holtmann, M., Bölte, S., & Banaschewski, T. (2014). Neurobiologically based interventions for autism spectrum disorders-rationale and new directions. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 32, 197-212.
    • Poustka, L., Jennen-Steinmetz, C., Henze, R., Vomstein, K., Haffner, J., & Sieltjes, B. (2012). Fronto-temporal disconnectivity and symptom severity in children with autism spectrum disorder. The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry, 13, 269-280.
    • Rhodes, G., Neumann, M., Ewing, L. & Palermo, R. (2015). Reduced set averaging of face identity in children and adolescents with autism. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68, 1391-1403.
    • Schneider, D., Glaser, M., & Senju, A. (2017). Autism Spectrum Disorder. In V. Zeigler-Hill & T. K. Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. Springer International Publishing AG.
    • Schneider, D., Slaughter, V.P., Bayliss, A.P., & Dux, P. E. (2013). A temporally sustained implicit theory of mind deficit in autism spectrum disorders. Cognition, 129, 410-417.
    • Schuwerk, T., Langguth, B., & Sommer, M. (2014). Modulating functional and dysfunctional mentalizing by transcranial magnetic stimulation. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 3109.
    • Schuwerk, T., Vuori, M., & Sodian, B. (2015). Implicit and explicit Theory of Mind reasoning in autism spectrum disorders: The impact of experience. Autism, 19, 459-468.
    • Senju, A., & Johnson, M. H. (2009). Atypical eye contact in autism: Models, mechanisms and development. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 33, 1204-1214.
    • Senju, A., Southgate, V., White, S., & Frith, U. (2009). Mindblind eyes: An absence of spontaneous theory of mind in Asperger syndrome. Science, 325, 883-885.
    • Skuk, V. G., Palermo, R., Broemer, L., & Schweinberger, S. R. (2017). Autistic Traits are Linked to Individual Differences in Familiar Voice Identification. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 1-21.
    • Tanaka, J. W., & Sung, A. (2013). The “eye avoidance” hypothesis of autism face processing. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46(5), 1538-1552.
    • Weigelt, S., Koldewyn, K., & Kanwisher, N. (2012). Face identity recognition in autism spectrum disorders: a review of behavioral studies. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 36(3), 1060-1084.
    • Weigelt, S., Koldewyn, K., & Kanwisher, N. (2013). Face recognition deficits in autism spectrum disorders are both domain specific and process specific. PLOS ONE, 8(9), e74541.
    • Wilson, C.E., Palermo, R., & Brock, J. (2012). Visual scan paths and recognition of facial identity in autism spectrum disorder and typical development. PLOS ONE, 7, e37681.

    Person Perception and Social Cognition Research (selection)

    • Itz, M.L., Schweinberger, S.R., Schulz, C., & Kaufmann, J.M. (2014). Neural correlates of facilitations in face learning by selective caricaturing of facial shape or reflectance. NeuroImage, 102, 736-747.
    • Kaufmann, J.M., Schulz, C., & Schweinberger, S.R. (2013). High and low performers differ in the use of shape information for face recognition. Neuropsychologia, 51, 1310-1319.
    • Schneider, D., & Low, J. (2016). Efficient versus flexible mentalizing in complex social settings: Exploring signature limits. British Journal of Psychology, 107(1), 26-29.
    • Schweinberger, S.R. (2011). Neurophysiological correlates of face recognition In: A.J. Calder, G. Rhodes, M.H. Johnson & J.V. Haxby (Eds.): Handbook of face perception. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    • Schweinberger, S.R. (2013). Audiovisual integration in speaker identification. In: P. Belin, S. Campanella, & T. Ethofer (Eds.): Integrating face and voice in person perception. (pp. 119-134). New York, Heidelberg: Springer.
    • Schweinberger, S.R., & Burton, A.M. (2011; Guest editors). Person perception 25 years after Bruce and Young (1986).  British Journal of Psychology, 102, 695-974.
    • Schweinberger, S. R., & Neumann, M. F. (2016). Repetition effects in human ERPs to faces. Cortex, 80, 141-153.
    • Schweinberger, S.R., Kawahara, H., Simpson, A.P., Skuk, V.G., & Zäske, R. (2014). Speaker Perception. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 5, 15-25.
    • Schweinberger, S. R., & Schneider, D. (2014). Person perception and social cognition. Psychologische Rundschau, 65, 212-226.
    • Zäske, R., Volberg, G., Kovács, G., & Schweinberger, S.R. (2014). Electrophysiological correlates of voice learning and recognition. Journal of Neuroscience, 34, 10821-10831.