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Megan Freeth

  • PhD
  • Post-doc fellow
  • University of Sheffield Department of Psychology
  • 4PublicationsNumber of items in Megan's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 8Followers

Research interests

EEGeye trackingsocial attentionAutism

Followers (8)

  • Floyd Mwanza

    Floyd MwanzaPh.D candidate

  • Cigir Kalfaoglu

    Cigir Kalfaoglu

  • Jennifer Lewis

    Jennifer LewisUniversity of Sheffield

  • Tom Stafford

    Tom StaffordUniversity of Sheffield Department of Psychology

  • Thomas Walton

    Thomas WaltonUniversity of Sheffield

  • Martin Thirkettle

    Martin ThirkettleSheffield Hallam University Psychology

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Following (7)

  • Cigir Kalfaoglu

    Cigir Kalfaoglu

  • Jennifer Lewis

    Jennifer LewisUniversity of Sheffield

  • Tom Stafford

    Tom StaffordUniversity of Sheffield Department of Psychology

  • Thomas Walton

    Thomas WaltonUniversity of Sheffield

  • Martin Thirkettle

    Martin ThirkettleSheffield Hallam University Psychology

  • Rob Teszka

    Rob TeszkaGoldsmiths College (University of London)

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Publications (4)

  • Brief report: how adolescents with ASD process social information in complex scenes. Combining evidence from eye movements and verbal descriptions

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  • The influence of visual saliency on fixation patterns in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders

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  • Do gaze cues in complex scenes capture and direct the attention of high functioning adolescents with ASD? Evidence from eye-tracking

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  • The eye gaze direction of an observed person can bias perception, memory, and attention in adolescents with and without autism spectrum disorder

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Professional experience

Post-doc fellow

Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield

September 2009 - Present

Education

PhD

School of Psychology, University of Nottingham

October 2005 - December 2008(3 years)

Msc Psychological research Methods

School of Psychology, University of Nottingham

September 2004 - September 2005(a year)

Bsc Psychology

Psychology Department, University of Birmingham

October 2000 - July 2003(3 years)