Roser Ca˝igueral
Roser Ca˝igueral
Postdoctoral Research Associate, University College London
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The role of eye gaze during natural social interactions in typical and autistic people
R Ca˝igueral, AFC Hamilton
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 560, 2019
Being watched: Effects of an audience on eye gaze and prosocial behaviour
R Ca˝igueral, AFC Hamilton
Acta psychologica 195, 50-63, 2019
Don't look at me, I'm wearing an eyetracker!
R Ca˝igueral, A Hamilton, JA Ward
Proceedings of the 2018 ACM International Joint Conference and 2018á…, 2018
Effects of being watched on eye gaze and facial displays of typical and autistic individuals during conversation
R Ca˝igueral, JA Ward, AFC Hamilton
Autism 25 (1), 210-226, 2021
Facial and neural mechanisms during interactive disclosure of biographical information
R Ca˝igueral, X Zhang, JA Noah, I Tachtsidis, AFC Hamilton, J Hirsch
NeuroImage 226, 117572, 2021
Effects of being watched on self-referential processing, self-awareness and prosocial behaviour
R Ca˝igueral, AFC Hamilton
Consciousness and cognition 76, 102830, 2019
Alpha oscillatory activity during attentional control in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention‐Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and ASD+ ADHD
R Ca˝igueral, J Palmer, KL Ashwood, B Azadi, P Asherson, PF Bolton, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 63 (7), 745-761, 2022
Do Beliefs About Whether Others Can See Modulate Social Seeking in Autism?
R Ca˝igueral, AFC Hamilton
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 49 (1), 335-348, 2019
Social signalling as a framework for second-person neuroscience
R Ca˝igueral, S Krishnan-Barman, AFC Hamilton
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-13, 2022
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