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  1. Thiébaut FI, White SJ, Walsh A, Klargaard SK, Wu H-C, Rees G & Burgess PW (2015). Does Faux Pas Detection in Adult Autism Reflect Differences in Social Cognition or Decision-Making Abilities? Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46, 103-112.


  2. Lawson RP, Aylward J, White SJ & Rees G (2015). A striking reduction of loudness adaptation in autism. Nature Scientific Reports, 5, 16157.

  3. Santiesteban I, Shah P, White SJ, Bird G & Heyes C (2015). Mentalizing or submentalizing in a communication task? Evidence from autism and a camera control. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 22, 844-849.


  4. White SJ, Frith U, Rellecke J, Al Noor Z & Gilbert SJ (2014). Autistic adolescents show atypical activation of the brain’s mentalizing system even without a prior history of mentalizing problems. Neuropsychologia, 56, 17-25.

  5. Schwarzkopf D, Anderson E, de Haas B, White SJ & Rees G (2014). Larger extrastriate population receptive fields in autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Neuroscience, 34, 2713-2724.

  6. Stockbridge MD, Happé FGE & White SJ (2014). Impaired Comprehension of Alternating Syntactic Constructions in Autism. Autism Research.


  7. O'Reilly H, Thiébaut FI & White SJ (2013). Is macrocephaly a neural marker of a local bias in autism? Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 6C, 149-154.

  8. White SJ (2013). The Triple I hypothesis: taking another('s) perspective on executive dysfunction in autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 43, 114-121.


  9. Santiesteban I, White SJ, Cook JL, Gilbert S, Heyes C & Bird G (2012). Training social cognition: from imitation to Theory of Mind. Cognition, 122, 228-235.


  10. White SJ & Saldaña D (2011). Performance of children with autism on the Embedded Figures test: a closer look at a popular task. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 41, 1565-1572.

  11. Zwickel J, White SJ, Senju A & Frith U (2011). Exploring the building blocks of social cognition: spontaneous agency perception and visual perspective taking in Asperger syndrome. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 6, 564-571.

  12. White SJ, Coniston D, Rogers R & Frith U (2011). Developing the Frith-Happé animations: a quick and objective test of Theory of Mind for adults with autism. Autism Research, 4, 149-154.

  13. Ames C & White SJ (2011). Brief report: Are ADHD traits dissociable from the autistic profile? Links between cognition and behaviour. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 41, 357-363.


  14. Bird G, Silani G, Brindley R, White SJ, Frith U & Singer T (2010). Empathic brain responses in insula are modulated by levels of alexithymia but not autism. Brain, 133, 1515-1525.


  15. Duchaine B, Murray H, Turner M, White SJ & Garrido L (2009). Normal social cognition in developmental prosopagnosia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 26, 620-634.

  16. Senju A, Southgate V, White SJ & Frith U (2009). Mindblind eyes: An absence of spontaneous Theory of Mind in Asperger Syndrome. Science, 325, 883-885.

  17. White SJ, Burgess P & Hill E (2009). Impairments on ‘‘open-ended’’ executive function tests in autism. Autism Research, 2, 128-147.

  18. White SJ, O'Reilly H & Frith U (2009). Big heads, small details and autism. Neuropsychologia, 47, 1274-1281.

  19. White SJ, Hill E, Happé F & Frith U (2009). Revisiting the Strange Stories: revealing mentalising impairments in autism. Child Development, 80, 1097-1117.


  20. Hirschfeld L, Bartmess E, White S & Frith U (2007). Can autistic children predict behaviour by social stereotypes? Current Biology, 17:R451-452.


  21. White S, Hill E, Winston J & Frith U (2006). An islet of social ability in Asperger Syndrome: judging social attributes from faces. Brain and Cognition, 61:69-77.

  22. Milne E, White S, Campbell R, Swettenham J, Hansen P & Ramus F (2006). Motion and form coherence detection in autism spectrum disorder: relationship to motor control and 2:4 digit ratio. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 36:225-237.

  23. White S, Frith U, Milne E, Rosen S, Swettenham J, & Ramus F (2006). A double dissociation between sensorimotor impairments and reading disability: A comparison of dyslexic and autistic children. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 23:748-761.

  24. White S, Milne E, Rosen S, Hansen P, Swettenham J, Frith U & Ramus F (2006). The role of sensorimotor processing in dyslexia: a multiple case study of dyslexic children. Developmental Science, 9:237-265. Followed by commentaries by Bishop, Goswami, Nicolson & Fawcett, and Tallal.

  25. Ramus F, White S & Frith U (2006). Weighing the evidence between competing theories of dyslexia. Developmental Science, 9:265-269.


  26. Ramus F, Rosen S, Dakin S, Day B, Castellote J, White S & Frith U (2003). Theories of developmental dyslexia: insights from a multiple case study of dyslexic adults. Brain, 126:841-865.