Uta Frith - Selected publications#

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1. Aurnhammer-Frith, U. (1969). Emphasis and meaning in recall in normal and autistic children. Language and Speech, 12, 29-38.

2. Frith, U. (1971). Why do children reverse letters? British Journal of Psychology, 62, 459-468.

3. Frith, U. (1980). Cognitive Processes in Spelling. London: Academic Press.

4. Frith, U. (1981). Experimental approaches to developmental dyslexia: An introduction. Psychological Research, 43, 97-109.

5. Frith, U., &Snowling, M. (1983). Reading for meaning and reading for sound in autistic and dyslexic children. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 1, 329-342.

6. Shah, A., & Frith, U. (1983). An islet of ability in autistic children: a research note. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 24, 613-620.

7. Baron-Cohen, S., Leslie, A.M., & Frith, U. (1985). Does the autistic child have a "theory of mind"? Cognition, 21, 37-46.

8. Frith, U. (1985). Beneath the surface of developmental dyslexia. In K. Patterson, J. Marshall, & M. Coltheart (Eds.), Surface Dyslexia, Neuropsychological and Cognitive Studies of Phonological Reading. (pp. 301-330). London: Erlbaum.

9. Baron-Cohen, S., Leslie, A.M., & Frith, U. (1986). Mechanical, behavioural and intentional understanding of picture stories in autistic children. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 4, 113-125.

10. Frith, U. (1986). A developmental framework for developmental dyslexia. Annals of Dyslexia, 36, 69-81.

11. Snowling, M., & Frith, U. (1986). Comprehension in "hyperlexic" readers. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 42, 392-415.

12. Frith, U. (1989). Autism: Explaining the Enigma. Oxford: Blackwell.

13. Perner, J., Frith, U., Leslie, A.M., &Leekam, S. (1989). Explorations of the autistic child's theory of mind: Knowledge, belief and communication. Child Development, 60, 689-700.

14. Frith, U. (1991). Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

15. Frith, U., Morton, J., & Leslie, A.M. (1991). The cognitive basis of a biological disorder: autism. Trends in Neurosciences, 14, 433-438.

16. Sodian, B., & Frith, U. (1992). Deception and sabotage in autistic, retarded and normal children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 33, 591-605.

17. Shah, A., & Frith, U. (1993). Why do autistic individuals show superior performance on the block design task? Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 34, 1351-1364.

18. Frith, U., Happé, F., & Siddons, F. (1994). Autism and theory of mind in everyday life. Social Development, 2, 108-124.

19. Fletcher, P., Happé, F., Frith, U., Baker, S., Dolan, R., Frackowiak, R., & Frith, C.D. (1995). Other minds in the brain: A functional imaging study of 'theory of mind' in story comprehension. Cognition, 57, 109-128.

20. Morton, J., & Frith, U. (1995). Causal modeling: Structural approaches to developmental psychopathology. In D. Cicchetti& D. Cohen (Eds.), Developmental Psychopathology. (pp. 357-390). New York: Wiley.

21. Paulesu, E., Frith, U., Snowling, M., Gallagher, A., Morris, J., Frackowiak, R., & Frith, C.D. (1996). Is developmental dyslexia a disconnection syndrome? Evidence from PET scanning. Brain, 119, 143-158.

22. Happé, F., & Frith, U. (1996). The neuropsychology of autism. Brain, 19, 1377-1400.

23. Landerl, K., Wimmer, H., & Frith, U. (1997). The impact of orthographic consistency on dyslexia: A German-English comparison. Cognition, 63, 315-334.

24. Frith, U., & Happé, F. (1998). Why specific developmental disorders are not specific: On-line and developmental effect in autism and dyslexia. Developmental Science, 1, 267-272.

25. Frith, U., & Happé, F. (1999). Theory of mind and self consciousness: What is it like to be autistic? Mind and Language, 14, 1-22.

26. Frith, U. (1999). Paradoxes in the definition of dyslexia. Dyslexia, 5, 192-214.

27. Frith, C. D., & Frith, U. (1999) Interacting minds - A biological basis. Science, 286, 1692-1695.

28. Paulesu, E., McCrory, E., Fazio, F., Menoncello, L., Brunswick, N., Cappa, S.F., Cotelli, M., Cossu, G., Corte, F., Lorusso, M., Pesenti, S., Gallagher, A., Perani, D., Price, C., Frith, C.D. & Frith, U. (2000). A cultural effect on brain function. Nature Neuroscience, 3, 91-96.

29. Scheuffgen, K., Happé, F., Anderson, M. & Frith, U. (2000). High “Intelligence”, low “IQ”? Speed of processing and measured IQ in children with autism. Development and Psychopathology, 12, 83-90.

30. Abell, F., Happé, F. & Frith, U. (2000) Do triangles play tricks? Attribution of mental states to animated shapes in normal and abnormal development. Journal of Cognitive Development, 15, 1-20.

31. Castelli, F., Happé, F., Frith, U. & Frith, C. (2000) Movement and mind: A functional imaging study of perception and interpretation of complex intentional movement patterns. NeuroImage, 12, 314-325.

32. Houston, R. & Frith, U. (2000). Autism in history: The case of Hugh Blair of Borgue. Oxford: Blackwell.

33. Paulesu, E., Démonet, J., Fazio, F., McCrory, E., Chanoine, V., Brunswick, N., Cappa, S., Cossu, G., Habib, M., Frith, C., Frith U. (2001). Dyslexia: Cultural Diversity and Biological Unity. Science, 291, 2165-2167.

34. Frith, U. & Frith, C. (2001). The biological basis of social interaction. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 10(5), 151-155.

35. Kampe, K., Frith, C. D., Dolan, R. J., Frith, U. (2001). Attraction and gaze – the reward value of social stimuli. Nature, 413, 589.

36. Frith, U. (2001). Mind blindness and the brain in Autism. Neuron, 32, 969-979.

37. Castelli, F., Frith, C.D., Happé, F. & Frith, U. (2002) Autism, Asperger syndrome and brain mechanisms for the attribution of mental states to animated shapes. Brain, 125, 1839-1849.

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

39. Kampe, K., Frith, C.D. & Frith, U. (2003) "Hey John" - Signals Conveying Communicative Intention towards the Self Activate Brain Regions Associated with Mentalizing Regardless of Modality. Journal of Neuroscience, 23, 5258-5263

40. Frith, U. (2004) Emmanuel Miller lecture: Confusions and controversies about Asperger syndrome, Journal of Child Psychology an Psychiatry, 45, 672-682.

41. Blakemore, S.J. and Frith, U. (2005) The Learning Brain: Lessons for Education. Oxford: Blackwell

42. Frith, U. and de Vignemont F. (2005) Egocentrism, allocentrism and Asperger syndrome. Consciousness and Cognition,14 (4), 719-738

43. Silani, G., Frith, U.,.Demonet, J.-F, Fazio, F., Perani, D. C. Price, C., Frith, C.D, and Paulesu, E. (2005) Brain abnormalities underlying altered activation in dyslexia: a voxel based morphometric study, Brain,128, 2453-61

44. Dakin, S. & Frith, U. (2005) Vagaries of visual perception in autism. Neuron, 48, 497- 507

45. White, S., Hill, E., Winston, J. and Frith, U. (in 2006) An islet of social ability in Asperger syndrome: Stereotypic attribution to faces, Brain and Cognition, 61(1), 69-77

46. Happé, F. and Frith, U. (2006) The weak coherence account: Detail-focused cognitive style in autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 36(1), 5-25

47. Frith, C.D., Frith, U. (2006) The neural basis of mentalizing. Neuron, 50(4) 531-4

48. Bird, G., Catmur, C. Silani, G., Frith, C., Frith, U. (2006) Attention does not modulate neural responses to social stimuli in autism spectrum disorders, Neuroimage, 31(4), 1614-24

49. Hamilton, A.F.d.C., Brindley, R.M., Frith, U. (2007) How valid is the mirror neuron hypothesis for autism? Neuropsychologia, 45 (8): 1859-1868

50. Hirschfeld L, Bartmess E, White S & Frith U (2007). Can autistic children predict behavior by social stereotypes? Current Biology, 17(12):R451-2

51. Silani, G., Bird, G., Brindley, R., Singer, T., Frith, C., Frith, U. (2008) Levels of emotional awareness and autism: an fMRI study, Social Neuroscience, 3(2), 97-112

52. Frith, U. (2008) A Very Short Introduction to Autism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

53. Klein, A. M., Zwickel, J., Prinz, W., Frith, U. (2009) Animated Triangles: An eye tracking investigation. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62(6), 1189 - 97

54. Happé, F. and Frith, U. (2009) The beautiful otherness of the autistic mind. Introduction to Special Issue on Autism and Talent. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 364(1522) 1345-50

55. Senju, A., Southgate, V., White, S. and Frith, U. (2009) Mindblind eyes: an absence of spontaneous Theory of Mind in Asperger Syndrome, Science, 325(5942):883-5

56. Hamilton, A., Brindley, R., Frith, U. (2009) Visual perspective taking impairment in children with autistic spectrum disorder. Cognition,113(1):37-44

57. Frith, U., Frith, C. (2010) The social brain: allowing humans to boldly go where no other species has been. Philos Trans R SocLond B Biol Sci. 12;365(1537):165-76

58. Bird, G., Silani, G., Brindley, R., White, S. Frith, U. & Singer, T. (2010) Empathic Brain responses in insula are modulated by levels of alexithymia but not autism. Brain, 133(Pt 5):1515-25

59. Tennie C, Frith U, Frith CD. (2010) Reputation management in the age of the world-wide web. Trends CognSci, 14, 482-8

60. Frith, C & Frith, U (2012) Mechanisms of Social Cognition. Annual Review of Psychology, 63, 287-313

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