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Dr Victoria Grahame
Dr Sue Fletcher-Watson
Deborah Garland
Dr Magdalena Glod
Dr Jane Goodwin
et al.
A clinical and cost-effectiveness trial of a parent group intervention to manage challenging restricted and repetitive behaviours in young children with autism spectrum disorder: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial2021
Dr Bronia Arnott
Dr Debbie Riby
Dr Susan Leekham
The Quality of Everyday Eye Contact in Williams Syndrome: Insights from Cross-syndrome Comparisons2021
Dr Magdalena Glod
Dr Debbie Riby
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Sensory Processing Profiles and Autistic Symptoms as Predictive Factors in Autism Spectrum Disorder and Williams Syndrome2020
Dr Magdalena Glod
Dr Debbie Riby
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Short report: Relationships between sensory processing, repetitive behaviors, anxiety, and intolerance of uncertainty in autism spectrum disorder and Williams syndrome2019
Dr Rachel Collum
Dr Debbie Riby
Classroom displays-attraction or distraction? Evidence of impact on attention and learning from children with and without autism2017
Dr Magdalena Glod
Dr Debbie Riby
Dr Emma Honey
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Sensory atypicalities in dyads of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their parents2017
Dr Debbie Riby
Social Vulnerability in Williams Syndrome: A Tendency to Approach Strangers2017
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Debbie Riby
A systematic review of the evidence for hyporesponsivity in ASD2016
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Debbie Riby
Dr Amelia Lake
Consumption of energy drinks by children and young people: a rapid review examining evidence of physical effects and consumer attitudes2016
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Emily Janes
Katie Little
Dr Debbie Riby
Parent insights into atypicalities of social approach behaviour in Williams syndrome2016
Matthew Cranwell
Dr Debbie Riby
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Bradley Pearce
Professor Anya Hurlbert
et al.
"Lush" or "slime"? Atypical colour naming in Williams Syndrome2015
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Debbie Riby
A qualitative study to explore the use of energy drinks by children and young people in England2015
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Debbie Riby
A systematic review of the effects associated with children and young people's use of energy drinks2015
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Debbie Riby
Consumption of commercial energy drinks by children and adolescents: a systematic review of consumer attitudes and associations with health, behavioural, educational and social outcomes2015
Dr Magdalena Glod
Dr Debbie Riby
Dr Emma Honey
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Psychological Correlates of Sensory Processing Patterns in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Systematic Review2015
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Debbie Riby
Violations of personal space in young people with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Williams syndrome: Insights from the Social Responsiveness Scale2015
Dr Debbie Riby
Professor Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon
Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) attend typically to faces and objects presented within their picture communication systems2014
Dr Emily Janes
Dr Debbie Riby
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Exploring the prevalence and phenomenology of repetitive behaviours and abnormal sensory processing in children with Williams Syndrome2014
Dr Debbie Riby
Hannah Kirk
Stranger danger awareness in Williams syndrome2014
Dr Debbie Riby
Hannah Kirk
Fiona Clark
Dr Emily Janes
Rachel Cole-Fletcher
et al.
The Interplay Between Anxiety and Social Functioning in Williams Syndrome2014
Dr Debbie Riby
Age-related Differences in Processing Face Configuration: The Importance of the Eye Region2013
Dr Debbie Riby
Dr Emily Janes
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Brief Report: Exploring the Relationship Between Sensory Processing and Repetitive Behaviours in Williams Syndrome2013
Professor Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon
Dr Debbie Riby
Gaze aversion during social style interactions in autism spectrum disorder and Williams syndrome2013
Katie Little
Dr Debbie Riby
Dr Emily Janes
Fiona Clark
Ruth Fleck
et al.
Heterogeneity of Social Approach Behaviour in Williams syndrome: The Role of Response Inhibition2013
Hannah Kirk
Dr Rob Dudley
Dr Debbie Riby
Paranoid ideation and the assessment of trust2013
Dr Debbie Riby
Nicola Jones
Spontaneous and cued gaze-following in autism and Williams syndrome2013
Dr Debbie Riby
Spontaneous attention to faces in Asperger syndrome using ecologically valid static stimuli2013
Dr Debbie Riby
‘Too withdrawn’ or ‘too friendly’: considering social vulnerability in two neuro-developmental disorders2012
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Debbie Riby
emily Janes
Brenda Connolly
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
et al.
Anxiety and Repetitive Behaviours in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Williams syndrome: A Cross-syndrome Comparison2012
Dr Debbie Riby
Professor Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon
Face-to-face interference in typical and atypical development2012
Professor Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon
Dr Debbie Riby
Gaze aversion as a cognitive load management strategy in autism spectrum disorder and Williams syndrome2012
Dr Debbie Riby
How comparable are children and adults in perceiving an optimal tempo for music?2012
Dr Debbie Riby
Professor Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon
Physiological reactivity to faces via live and video-mediated communication in typical and atypical development2012
Dr Debbie Riby
Nicola Jones
Dr Lucy Robinson
Professor Vicki Bruce
Attention to Faces in Williams Syndrome2011
Shelley Rhodes
Dr Debbie Riby
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and Williams syndrome: Shared behavioral and neuropsychological profiles2011
Dr Debbie Riby
Brief Report: Faces Cause Less Distraction in Autism2011
Dr Debbie Riby
Louise Campbell
The extent of working memory deficits associated with Williams syndrome: Exploration of verbal and spatial domains and executively controlled processes2011
Dr Debbie Riby
Approachability in Williams syndrome2010
Dr Debbie Riby
Can individuals with Williams syndrome interpret mental states from moving faces?2010
Dr Debbie Riby
Dr James Park
Louise Campbell
Executive neuropsychological functioning in individuals with Williams syndrome2010
Dr Debbie Riby
Show me your eyes: Evidence from Williams syndrome2010
Dr Debbie Riby
Mark Porter
Williams Syndrome2010
Dr Debbie Riby
Williams Syndrome2010
Dr Debbie Riby
Jennifer Tolan
Differentual sensitivity to rotations of facial features in the Thatcher Illusion2009
Dr Debbie Riby
Do Faces Capture the Attention of Individuals with Williams Syndrome or Autism? Evidence from Tracking Eye Movements2009
Dr Debbie Riby
Erratum: Lifestyle, glucose regulation and the cognitive effects of glucose load in middle-aged adults (British Journal of Nutrition (2008) DOI: 10.1017/S0007114508971324)2009
Dr Debbie Riby
Exploring the forgetting mechanisms in working memory: Evidence from a reasoning span test2009
Dr Debbie Riby
Looking at Movies and Cartoons: Eye-tracking evidence from Williams syndrome and Autism2009
Professor Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon
Dr Debbie Riby
Stuck on you: Face-to-face arousal and gaze aversion in Williams syndrome2009
Dr Debbie Riby
Professor Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon
Professor Vicki Bruce
The eyes or the mouth? Feature salience and unfamiliar face processing in Williams syndrome and autism2009
Dr Debbie Riby
Tracking eye movements proves informative for the study of gaze direction detection in autism2009
Dr Debbie Riby
Professor Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon
Professor Vicki Bruce
Atypical unfamiliar face processing in Williams syndrome: What can it tell us about typical familiarity effects?2008
Dr Debbie Riby
Professor Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon
Professor Vicki Bruce
Exploring face perception in disorders of development: Evidence from Williams syndrome and autism2008
Dr Debbie Riby
Lifestyle, glucose regulation and the cognitive effects of glucose load in middle-aged adults2008
Dr Debbie Riby
The other end of the spectrum? Social cognition in Williams syndrome.2008
Dr Debbie Riby
Viewing it differently: Social scene perception in Williams syndrome and Autism2008
Dr Debbie Riby
Do children with Williams syndrome really have good vocabulary knowledge? Methods for comparing cognitive and linguistic abilities in developmental disorders2007
Dr Debbie Riby
Gaze cues influence the allocation of attention in natural scene viewing2006