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Sheena K. Au-Yeung
Sheena K. Au-Yeung
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An evaluation of the mental health impact of SARS-CoV-2 on patients, general public and healthcare professionals: A systematic review and meta-analysis
P Phiri, R Ramakrishnan, S Rathod, K Elliot, T Thayanandan, N Sandle, ...
EClinicalMedicine 34, 2021
1222021
Experience of mental health diagnosis and perceived misdiagnosis in autistic, possibly autistic and non-autistic adults
SK Au-Yeung, L Bradley, AE Robertson, R Shaw, S Baron-Cohen, ...
Autism 23 (6), 1508-1518, 2019
1202019
Processing of written irony in Autism Spectrum Disorder: An eye‐movement study
SK Au‐Yeung, JK Kaakinen, SP Liversedge, V Benson
Autism Research 8 (6), 749-760, 2015
632015
Autism and autistic traits in those who died by suicide in England
S Cassidy, S Au-Yeung, A Robertson, H Cogger-Ward, G Richards, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 221 (5), 683-691, 2022
522022
Eye movement sequences during simple versus complex information processing of scenes in autism spectrum disorder
SK Au-Yeung, V Benson, M Castelhano, K Rayner
Autism Research and Treatment 2011 (1), 657383, 2011
292011
Eye movements reveal no immediate “WOW”(“which one's weird”) effect in autism spectrum disorder
V Benson, MS Castelhano, SK Au-Yeung, K Rayner
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (6), 1139-1150, 2012
272012
Cognitive perspective‐taking during scene perception in autism spectrum disorder: Evidence from eye movements
SK Au‐Yeung, JK Kaakinen, V Benson
Autism Research 7 (1), 84-93, 2014
202014
An online investigation of imagery to attenuate paranoia in college students
K Newman-Taylor, A Kemp, H Potter, SK Au-Yeung
Journal of Child and Family Studies 27, 853-859, 2018
162018
Would adults with autism be less likely to bury the survivors?: An eye movement study of anomalous text reading
SK Au-Yeung, JK Kaakinen, SP Liversedge, V Benson
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (1), 280-290, 2018
132018
Psychometric evaluation of the hope, agency and opportunity (HAO); a brief measure of mental health recovery
K Newman-Taylor, C Garner, E Vernon-Wilson, KHW Paas, L Herbert, ...
Journal of Mental Health 26 (6), 562-568, 2017
122017
An evaluation of the mental health impact of SARS-CoV-2 on patients, general public and healthcare professionals: A systematic review and meta-analysis. EClinicalMedicine 34 …
P Phiri, R Ramakrishnan, S Rathod, K Elliot, T Thayanandan, N Sandle, ...
112021
PAX-D: study protocol for a randomised placebo-controlled trial evaluating the efficacy and mechanism of pramipexole as add-on treatment for people with treatment resistant …
SK Au-Yeung, J Griffiths, S Roberts, C Edwards, LM Yu, R Bogacz, ...
BMJ Ment Health 25 (2), 77-83, 2022
52022
Addressing community priorities in autism research
A Pearson, A Surtees, CJ Crompton, C Goodall, D Pillai, F Sedgewick, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 1040446, 2022
32022
Clinical trials: from problem child to the driving force of medical advancement
G Delanerolle, T Thayanandan, J Riga, J Griffiths, J Lawson, S Au-Yeung, ...
British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing 16 (5), 200-202, 2020
22020
The effects of pramipexole on motivational vigour during a saccade task: a placebo-controlled study in healthy adults
SK Au-Yeung, DC Halahakoon, A Kaltenboeck, P Cowen, M Browning, ...
Psychopharmacology, 1-11, 2024
2024
Personal reformulation during the clinical associate psychologist apprenticeship: Exploratory mixed methods evaluation
S Kellett, K Brown, SK Au‐Yeung, V Tew, G Parry
British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 2023
2023
An evaluation of the mental health impact of SARS-CoV-2 on patients, general public and healthcare professionals
P Phiri, R Ramakrishnan, S Rathod, K Elliot, T Thayanandan, N Sandle, ...
2021
Eye Movements During Complex Information Processing in Autism Spectrum
SK Au-Yeung
Original typescript, 2015
2015
Eye movements during complex information processing in autism spectrum disorder
S Au Yeung
University of Southampton, 2015
2015
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