Spontaneous Belief Attribution in Younger Siblings of Children on the Autism Spectrum.
The importance of the eyes: communication skills in infants of blind parents.
Cultural background modulates how we look at other persons' gaze.
What you see is what you get: Contextual modulation of face scanning in typical and atypical development.
Presence of contagious yawning in children with autism spectrum disorder.
Cultural modulation of face and gaze scanning in young children.
Attention to eye contact in the West and East: autonomic responses and evaluative ratings.
Precursors to social and communication difficulties in infants at-risk for autism: gaze following and attentional engagement.
Spontaneous theory of mind and its absence in autism spectrum disorders.
Social cognition in williams syndrome: genotype/phenotype insights from partial deletion patients.
Automated gaze-contingent objects elicit orientation following in 8-month-old infants.
Exploring the building blocks of social cognition: spontaneous agency perception and visual perspective taking in autism.
Do 18-month-olds really attribute mental states to others? A critical test.
Atypical disengagement from faces and its modulation by the control of eye fixation in children with autism spectrum disorder.
Absence of spontaneous action anticipation by false belief attribution in children with autism spectrum disorder.
Developmental and comparative perspectives of contagious yawning.
Brief report: does eye contact induce contagious yawning in children with autism spectrum disorder?
Mindblind eyes: an absence of spontaneous theory of mind in Asperger syndrome.
Dogs catch human yawns.
Is anyone looking at me? Direct gaze detection in children with and without autism.
Absence of contagious yawning in children with autism spectrum disorder.
'Autistic' traits in non-autistic Japanese populations: relationships with personality traits and cognitive ability.
Reflexive orienting in response to eye gaze and an arrow in children with and without autism.
[Reading mind from pictures of eyes: theory of mind, language ability, general intellectual ability, and autism].
Understanding the referential nature of looking: Infants’ preference for object-directed gaze
The eye contact effect: mechanisms and development
The effect of gaze direction on the processing of facial expressions in children with autism spectrum disorder: An ERP study
The development and neural basis of referential gaze perception
Is eye contact the key to the social brain?
Gaze Following in Human Infants Depends on Communicative Signals
Faces Do Not Capture Special Attention in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Change Blindness Study
Eye contact facilitates awareness of faces during interocular suppression
Eye contact does not facilitate detection in children with autism
Does perceived direct gaze boost detection in adults and children with and without autism? The stare-in-the-crowd effect revisited
Does Gaze Direction Modulate Facial Expression Processing in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Do the upright eyes have it?
Direct gaze captures visuospatial attention
Deviant gaze processing in children with autism: an ERP study
Atypical eye contact in autism: Models, mechanisms and development
Atypical development of spontaneous social cognition in autism spectrum disorders
Active processing of biological motion perception: an ERP study