Emma K. Ward
Emma K. Ward
Postdoctoral Researcher, UCL
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Eurosibs: Towards robust measurement of infant neurocognitive predictors of autism across Europe
EJH Jones, L Mason, JB Ali, C van den Boomen, R Braukmann, E Cauvet, ...
Infant Behavior and Development 57, 101316, 2019
Neural tracking in infancy predicts language development in children with and without family history of autism
KH Menn, EK Ward, R Braukmann, C Van den Boomen, J Buitelaar, ...
Neurobiology of Language 3 (3), 495-514, 2022
Atypical development of attentional control associates with later adaptive functioning, autism and ADHD traits
A Hendry, EJH Jones, R Bedford, L Andersson Konke, J Begum Ali, ...
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 50, 4085-4105, 2020
Action prediction in 10-month-old infants at high and low familial risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder
R Braukmann, E Ward, RS Hessels, H Bekkering, JK Buitelaar, S Hunnius
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 49, 34-46, 2018
Is It Fear? Similar Brain Responses to Fearful and Neutral Faces in Infants with a Heightened Likelihood for Autism Spectrum Disorder
R Di Lorenzo, NM Munsters, EK Ward, M de Jonge, C Kemner, ...
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 51 (3), 961-972, 2021
No evidence for neural markers of gaze direction adaptation in 2-year-olds with high or low likelihood of autism.
EK Ward, R Braukmann, JK Buitelaar, S Hunnius
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 129 (6), 612, 2020
Implicit learning in 3‐year‐olds with high and low likelihood of autism shows no evidence of precision weighting differences
EK Ward, JK Buitelaar, S Hunnius
Developmental Science 25 (2), e13158, 2022
Action predictability is reflected in beta power attenuation and predictive eye movements in adolescents with and without autism
EK Ward, R Braukmann, RF Weiland, H Bekkering, JK Buitelaar, ...
Neuropsychologia, 2020
Beyond the Adult Mind: A Developmental Framework for Predictive Processing in Infancy
E Ward, D Rutar, L Zaadnoordijk, F Poli, S Hunnius
PsyArXiv, 2023
Rhythmic visual stimulation as a window into early brain development: a systematic review
M Köster, A Brzozowska, A Bánki, M Tünte, EK Ward, S Hoehl
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 101315, 2023
Does Variability in an Implicit Learning Task Help Infants Learn Faster? A Registered Report
EK Ward, S Hunnius
Autistic and non-autistic adolescents do not differ in adaptation to gaze direction
EK Ward, S Buitelaar, J. & Hunnius
Autism Research, 2024
Surprise impairs perception of surprising, and incidental, events
E Ward, C Press
OSF, 2023
Two-year-olds at elevated risk for ASD can learn novel words from their parents
R Van Rooijen, EK Ward, M De Jonge, C Kemner, C Junge
Journal of Child Language 49 (5), 1052-1063, 2022
Relating neural entrainment to speech to later development of language and autism symptoms in infants with high likelihood of ASD
K Menn, E Ward, R Brauckmann, C Van den Boomen, C Kemner, ...
the Virtual International Congress of Infant Studies (vICIS 2020), 2020
Assessing language in infants with an elevated likelihood or diagnosis of autism: The association between parent-versus researcher-administered measures
Z Belteki, E Ward, C van den Boomen, S Bölte, J Buitelaar, T Charman, ...
Sixty years of predictive perception
E Ward, C Press
Cortex 170 (, 57-63, 2023
Spectral EEG power in response to visual social information as an endophenotype of Autism
C van den Boomen, EJH Jones, J Begum-Ali, E Ward, L Mason, ...
PERCEPTION 51, 121-122, 2022
Theta power and theta-gamma coupling during formation of novel representations in the infant brain
E Ward, E Kayhan, C Kliesch, R Cichy, S Hoehl, M Köster
Journal of Vision 21 (9), 2528-2528, 2021
No evidence for increased precision-weighting of prediction errors in autistic adolescents' ERPs or behaviour during adaptation to gaze direction
E Ward
OSF Preprints, 2021
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