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Dr Victoria Brunsdon

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Dr Victoria Brunsdon

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Article
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., & Ferguson, H. (2019). Sensorimotor mu rhythm during action observation changes across the lifespan independently from social cognitive processes. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. doi:10.1016/j.dcn.2019.100659
Ferguson, H., Brunsdon, V., & Bradford, E. (2018). Age of avatar modulates the altercentric bias in a visual perspective-taking task: ERP and behavioural evidence. Cognitive, Affective, And Behavioral Neuroscience, 2018. doi:10.3758/s13415-018-0641-1
Brunsdon, V., Colvert, E., Ames, C., Garnett, T., Gillan, N., Hallett, V., et al. (2015). Exploring the cognitive features in children with autism spectrum disorder, their co-twins, and typically developing children within a population-based sample. Journal Of Child Psychology And Psychiatry, 56, 893-902. doi:10.1111/jcpp.12362
Brunsdon, V., & Happe, F. (2014). Exploring the ‘fractionation’ of autism at the cognitive level. Autism, 18, 17-30. doi:10.1177/1362361313499456
Beck, S., Carroll, D., Brunsdon, V., & Gryg, C. (2011). Supporting children’s counterfactual thinking with alternative modes of responding. Journal Of Experimental Child Psychology. doi:10.1016/j.jecp.2010.07.009
Conference or workshop item
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2018). The Neural Basis of False-Belief Processing Across the Lifespan: An ERP Study. In Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR) Conference. Quebec City, Canada.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2018). Factors predicting Theory of Mind success across the lifespan. In Social and Affective Neuroscience (SANS) Conference. Brooklyn, NY.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2018). An ERP Study Examining False-Belief Understanding in Adolescents. In Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting 2018. Boston, MA, USA.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2017). The Adolescent Mind: Factors influencing Theory of Mind abilities during adolescence. In Psychonomic Society 58th Annual Meeting 2017. Vancouver, Canada.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2017). The effects of ageing on false-belief reasoning abilities: an EEG study with older and younger adults. In Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) Conference. San Francisco, California, USA.
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., & Ferguson, H. (2017). The aging mirror neuron system: EEG activation during biological motion observation. In Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual meeting. San Francisco, CA, USA.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2017). Using Eye-Tracking to Study how Belief-Reasoning Processes Change Across the Lifespan. In 19th European Conference on Eye-Movements. Wuppertal, Germany.
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., & Ferguson, H. (2017). Eye movements during perspective-taking in younger and older adults. In European Conference on Eye Movements. Wuppertal, Germany.
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., & Ferguson, H. (2017). An EEG study to investigate the human mirror neuron system and its relationship to social abilities in healthy ageing. In British Neuroscience Association (BNA). Birmingham, UK.
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., & Ferguson, H. (2017). Mirror neuron activity in younger and older adults. In Experimental Psychology Society meeting. Reading, UK.
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., De Lillo, M., & Ferguson, H. (2017). Changes in executive function across adulthood. In International Conference for Cognitive Neuroscience of Executive Functions. Padova, Italy.
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., & Ferguson, H. (2017). Age-related differences in visual perspective-taking. In Experimental Psychology Society Meeting. London, UK.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2017). The Relationship Between Theory of Mind and Executive Functions in Older and Younger Adults. In 18th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology. Granada, Spain.
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., & Ferguson, H. (2017). The mirror neuron system across the lifespan and its role in social cognition. In Social and Affective Neuroscience Society (SANS) Conference. Los Angeles, California, USA.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2017). The Neural Basis of Social Cognition: Using EEG Measurse to Explore False-Belief Processing Across the Lifespan. In Social and Affective Neuroscience Society (SANS) Conference. Los Angeles, California, USA.
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., & Ferguson, H. (2017). Age and the role of executive function in perspective-taking. In Social and Affective Neuroscience Society (SANS) Conference. Los Angeles, California, USA.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2017). An EEG study examining how ageing influences false-belief reasoning abilities. In British Neuroscience Association (BNA). Birmingham, UK.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2017). The Relationship between Theory of Mind and Executive Functioning Across the Lifespan. In Social and Affective Neuroscience Society (SANS) Conference. Los Angeles, California, USA.
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., & Ferguson, H. (2016). Age-related differences in visual perspective-taking. In Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, USA.
Brunsdon, V., Bradford, E., & Ferguson, H. (2016). Age-related differences in perspective-taking during a referential communication task. In Researcher Links Workshop. Tianjin, China.
Brunsdon, V., Donevska, G., Surtees, A., & Ferguson, H. (2016). Caloric vestibular stimulation facilitates spatial, but not visual, perspective taking. In BPS Vestibular System seminar. Egham, UK.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2016). Differences in Theory of Mind Processes in Older and Younger Adults. In UK-China Research Links Workshop. Tianjin, China.
Donevska, G., Brunsdon, V., Surtees, A., & Ferguson, H. (2016). Caloric vestibular stimulation facilitates spatial, but not visual, perspective-taking. In Psychonomic Annual Meeting. Boston, USA.
Bradford, E., Brunsdon, V., & Ferguson, H. (2016). Mapping the Relationship Between Theory of Mind and Executive Functioning in Adulthood. In Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, USA.
Brunsdon, V., Colvert, E., Woodhouse, E., Bolton, P., & Happe, F. (2015). Cognitive phenotypes in typical development and Autism Spectrum Disorder. In Neurodevelopmental Disorders seminar. Oxford, UK.
Brunsdon, V., Colvert, E., Woodhouse, E., Bolton, P., & Happe, F. (2015). Genetic and environmental overlap between cognitive atypicalities and autism spectrum disorder. In 14th European Congress of Psychology. Milan, Italy.
Brunsdon, V., Colvert, E., Woodhouse, E., Bolton, P., & Happe, F. (2014). Trying to make sense of a heterogeneous disorder: A factor mixture modelling approach to autism spectrum disorder. In International Meeting for Autism Research. Atlanta, GA, USA.
Brunsdon, V., Colvert, E., Woodhouse, E., Bolton, P., & Happe, F. (2013). Exploring the cognitive underpinnings of the autism phenotype. In International Meeting for Autism Research. San Sebastian, Spain.
Brunsdon, V., Beck, S., & Carroll, D. (2010). The role of inhibitory control in children’s counterfactual thinking. In Universitas 21 Undergraduate Research Conference. Melbourne, Australia.
Total publications in KAR: 34 [See all in KAR]
 

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