Elina Birmingham
Elina Birmingham
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University
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Social attention and real-world scenes: The roles of action, competition and social content
E Birmingham, WF Bischof, A Kingstone
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (7), 986-998, 2008
Saliency does not account for fixations to eyes within social scenes
E Birmingham, WF Bischof, A Kingstone
Vision research 49 (24), 2992-3000, 2009
Gaze selection in complex social scenes
E Birmingham, WF Bischof, A Kingstone
Visual cognition 16 (2-3), 341-355, 2008
Human social attention
E Birmingham, A Kingstone
Progress in brain research 176, 309-320, 2009
Cognitive ethology and exploring attention in real-world scenes
D Smilek, E Birmingham, D Cameron, W Bischof, A Kingstone
Brain research 1080 (1), 101-119, 2006
Get real! Resolving the debate about equivalent social stimuli
E Birmingham, WF Bischof, A Kingstone
Visual Cognition 17 (6-7), 904-924, 2009
Comparing social attention in autism and amygdala lesions: effects of stimulus and task condition
E Birmingham, M Cerf, R Adolphs
Social neuroscience 6 (5-6), 420-435, 2011
Implicit social biases in people with autism
E Birmingham, D Stanley, R Nair, R Adolphs
Psychological science 26 (11), 1693-1705, 2015
Why do we look at people's eyes?
E Birmingham, WF Bischof, A Kingstone
At-a-glance monitoring: covert observations of anesthesiologists in the operating room
S Ford, E Birmingham, A King, J Lim, JM Ansermino
Anesthesia & Analgesia 111 (3), 653-658, 2010
Are emotion recognition abilities related to everyday social functioning in ASD? A meta-analysis
D Trevisan, E Birmingham
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 32, 24-42, 2016
Alexithymia, but not autism spectrum disorder, may be related to the production of emotional facial expressions
DA Trevisan, M Bowering, E Birmingham
Molecular autism 7 (1), 1-12, 2016
Examining the relationship between autistic traits and college adjustment
D Trevisan, E Birmingham
Autism 20 (6), 719-729, 2016
Examining inhibition of return with onset and offset cues in the multiple-cuing paradigm
E Birmingham, J Pratt
Acta Psychologica 118 (1-2), 101-121, 2005
Mentoring university students with ASD: a mentee-centered approach
N Roberts, E Birmingham
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 47 (4), 1038-1050, 2017
Investigating social attention: A case for increasing stimulus complexity in the laboratory.
E Birmingham, J Ristic, A Kingstone
Oxford University Press, 2012
Experiencing simultanagnosia through windowed viewing of complex social scenes
KA Dalrymple, E Birmingham, WF Bischof, JJS Barton, A Kingstone
Brain research 1367, 265-277, 2011
How do adults and teens with self-declared Autism Spectrum Disorder experience eye contact? A qualitative analysis of first-hand accounts
DA Trevisan, N Roberts, C Lin, E Birmingham
PloS one 12 (11), e0188446, 2017
The moving window technique: a window into developmental changes in attention during facial emotion recognition
E Birmingham, T Meixner, G Iarocci, C Kanan, D Smilek, JW Tanaka
Child development 84 (4), 1407-1424, 2013
Cognitive ethology: Giving real life to attention research
A Kingstone, D Smilek, E Birmingham, D Cameron, WF Bischof
Measuring the mind: Speed, control and age, 341-357, 2005
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