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The mission of the ARC is to understand the biomedical causes of autism spectrum conditions, and develop new and validated methods for assessment and intervention. The ARC fosters collaboration between scientists in Cambridge University and outside, to accelerate this mission.



Recent ARC Publications

Atypical lateralization of motor circuit functional connectivity in children with autism is associated with motor deficits

D Floris, A Barber, M B Nebel, M Martinelli, M-C Lai, D Crocetti, S Baron-Cohen, J Suckling, J Pekar, S Mostofsky

Impaired communication between the motor and somatosensory homunculus is associated with poor manual dexterity in Autism Spectrum Disorder

A Thompson, D Murphy, F Dell’Acqua, C Ecker, G McAlonan, H Howells, S Baron-Cohen, M-C Lai, M Lombardo, M Catani

The Autism-Spectrum Quotient in Siblings of People With Autism

E Ruzich, C Allison, P Smith, H Ring, B Auyeung, S Baron-Cohen

Default Mode Hypoconnectivity Underlies a Sex-Related Autism Spectrum

R Ypma, R Moseley, R Holt, N Rughooputh, D Floris, L Chura, M Spencer, S Baron-Cohen, J Suckling, E Bullmore, M Rubinov

Expressive Visual Text-To-Speech as an Assistive Technology for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Conditions

S. A. Cassidy, B. Stenger, L. Van Dongen, K. Yanagisawa, R. Anderson, V. Wan, S. Baron-Cohen, R. Cipolla

Subgrouping Siblings of People with Autism: Identifying the Broader Autism Phenotype

E Ruzich, C Allison, P Smith, P Watson, B Auyeung, H Ring, S Baron-Cohen

Psychometric Evaluation of the 'Reading the Mind in the Eyes' Test with Samples of Different Ages from a Polish Population

K Jankowiak-Siuda, S Baron-Cohen, W Bialaszek, A Dopierala, A Kozlowska, K Rymarczyk

Reduced Volume of the Arcuate Fasciculus in Adults with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Conditions

R Moseley, M Correla, S Baron-Cohen, Y Shtyrov, F Pulvermüller, B Mohr

Identification and validation of biomarkers for autism spectrum disorders

E. Loth, W. Spooren, L. Ham, M. Isaac, C. Auriche-Benichou, T. Banaschewski, S. Baron-Cohen, K. Broich, S. Bolte, T. Bourgeron, T. Charman, D. Collier, F. de Andres-Trelles, S. Durston, C. Ecker, A. Elferink, M. Haberkamp, R. Hemmings, M. Johnson, E. Jones, O. Khwaja, S. Lenton, L. Mason, V. Mantua, A. Meyer-Lindenberg, M. Lombardo, L. O'Dwyer, K. Okamoto, G. Pandina, L. Pani, A. Persico, E. Simonoff, S. Tauscher-Wisniewski, J. Llinares-Garcia, S. Vamvakas, S. Williams, J. Buitelaar, D. Murphy

Typical magnitude and spatial extent of crowding in autism

J Freyberg, C Robertson, S Baron-Cohen

Testosterone reduces functional connectivity during the ‘Reading the Mind in the Eyes’ Test

P. Bos, D. Hofman, E. Hermans, E. Montoya, S. Baron-Cohen, J. van Honk

Intact priors for gaze direction in adults with high-functioning autism spectrum conditions

P. Pell, I. Mareschal, A. Calder, E. von dem Hagen, C. Clifford, S. Baron-Cohen, M. Ewbank

Brief Report: The Go/No-Go Task Online: Inhibitory Control Deficits in Autism in a Large Sample

F. Uzefovsky, C. Allison, P. Smith, S. Baron-Cohen

Relationship Between Cortical Gyrification, White Matter Connectivity, and Autism Spectrum Disorder

C. Ecker, D. Andrews, F. Dell’Acqua, E. Daly, C. Murphy, M. Catani, M. Thiebaut de Schotten, S. Baron-Cohen, M.C. Lai, M.V. Lombardo, E.T. Bullmore, J. Suckling, S. Williams, D.K. Jones, A. Chiocchetti, the MRC AIMS Consortium, D.G.M. Murphy

Reality Monitoring and Metamemory in Adults with Autism Spectrum Conditions

R Cooper, Kate Plaisted-Grant, S Baron-Cohen, J Simons

Frontal networks in adults with autism spectrum disorder

M Catani, F Dell’Acqua, S Budisavljevic, H Howells, M Thiebaut de Schotten, S Froudist-Walsh, L D’Anna, A Thompson, S Sandrone, E Bullmore, J Suckling, S Baron-Cohen, M Lombardo, S Wheelwright, B Chakrabarti, M-C Lai, A Ruigrok, A Leemans, C Ecker MRC AIMS Consortium, M Craig, D Murphy1

Do Adults with High Functioning Autism or Asperger Syndrome Differ in Empathy and Emotion Recognition?

C Montgomery, C Allison, M-C Lai, S Cassidy, P Langdon, S Baron-Cohen

From molecules to neural morphology: understanding neuroinflammation in autism spectrum condition

A Young, B Chakrabarti, D Roberts, M-C Lai, J Suckling, S Baron-Cohen

An investigation of the ‘female camouflage effect’ in autism using a computerized ADOS-2 and a test of sex/gender differences

A Rynkiewicz, B Schuller, E Marchi, S Piana, A Camurri, A Lassalle, S Baron-Cohen

Atypically Rightward Cerebral Asymmetry in Male Adults With Autism Stratifies Individuals With and Without Language Delay

D Floris, M-C Lai, T Auer, M Lombardo, C Ecker, B Chakrabarti, S Wheelwright, E Bullmore, D Murphy, S Baron-Cohen, J Suckling



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