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Prof Sue Fletcher-Watson

Personal Chair of Developmental Psychology

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  2. Influences on the psychosocial adjustment of siblings of children with autism spectrum disorder in Taiwan and the United Kingdom

    Tsai, H-W. J., Cebula, K. & Fletcher-Watson, S., Dec 2016, In : Research in autism spectrum disorders. 32, p. 115-129 15 p.

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  3. Interventions based on the 'Theory of Mind' cognitive model for autism spectrum disorder (Protocol).

    Fletcher-Watson, S. & McConachie, H., 2010, In : Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.

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  4. Interventions based on the Theory of Mind cognitive model for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

    Fletcher-Watson, S., McConnell, F., Manola, E. & McConachie, H., 2014, In : Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.

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  5. Links between autism spectrum disorder diagnostic status and family quality of life

    McKechanie, A., Moffat, V. J., Johnstone, E. & Fletcher-Watson, S., 3 Apr 2017, In : Children. 4, 4

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  6. Making the future together: Shaping autism research through meaningful participation

    Fletcher-Watson, S., adams, J., Brook, K., Charman, T., Crane, L., Cusack, J., Leekam, S., Milton, D., Parr, J. & Pellicano, E., 10 Aug 2018, In : Autism.

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  7. Mental health on screen: A DSM-5 dissection of portrayals of autism spectrum disorders in film and TV

    Nordahl-Hansen, A., Tøndevold, M. & Fletcher-Watson, S., 23 Aug 2017, In : Psychiatry Research.

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  8. Predicting major mental illness: ethical and practical considerations

    Lawrie, S. M., Fletcher-watson, S., Whalley, H. C. & Mcintosh, A. M., 8 Mar 2019, In : BJPsych Open. 5, 2

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  9. Preterm birth is associated with atypical social orienting in infancy detected using eye-tracking

    Telford, E., Fletcher-Watson, S., Gillespie-Smith, K., Pataky, R., Sparrow, S., Murray, I., O'Hare, A. & Boardman, J. P., 2 Mar 2016, In : Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.

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