Browsing by Author "Vulchanova, Mila"
Can you play with fire and not hurt yourself?: A comparative study in figurative language comprehension between individuals with and without autism spectrum disorder [Article]Chahboun, Sobh; Vulchanov, Valentin; Saldaña Sage, David; Eshuis, Hendrik; Vulchanova, Mila (PLOS, 2016-12-30)
Individuals with High functioning autism (HFA) are distinguished by relative preservation of linguistic and cognitive skills. However, problems with pragmatic language skills have been consistently reported across the ...
Vulchanova, Mila; Saldaña Sage, David; Chahboun, Sobh; Vulchanov, Valentin (Frontiers, 2015)
This paper is intended to provide a critical overview of experimental and clinical research documenting problems in figurative language processing in atypical populations with a focus on the Autistic Spectrum. Research in ...
Open science: Replicability, transparency, p-hacking [Presentation]Saldaña Sage, David (2019-08-28)
Presentación introductoria sobre la crisis de replicabilidad en Psicología, y las prácticas que pueden haberla provocado. Se recomiendan buenas prácticas para la investigación en todas sus fases.
Reading comprehension mechanisms in autism spectrum disorder: metacognitive processes and executive function. [PhD Thesis]Micai, Martina (2018-05-17)
This thesis aims to increase the understanding of the metacognitive processes and executive function underlying reading comprehension deficits in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This aim was achieved using behavioural ...
Strategies of readers with autism when responding to inferential questions: An eye-movement study [Article]Micai, Martina; Joseph, Holly; Vulchanova, Mila; Saldaña Sage, David (Wiley, 2017)
Previous research suggests that individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have difﬁculties with inference gen-eration in reading tasks. However, most previous studies have examined how well children understand a text ...