Clare Harrop
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Parent-mediated intervention versus no intervention for infants at high risk of autism: a parallel, single-blind, randomised trial
J Green, T Charman, A Pickles, MW Wan, M Elsabbagh, V Slonims, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 2 (2), 133-140, 2015
2022015
Restricted and repetitive behaviors in autism spectrum disorders and typical development: Cross-sectional and longitudinal comparisons
C Harrop, H McConachie, R Emsley, K Leadbitter, J Green, ...
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (5), 1207-1219, 2014
1242014
Does gender influence core deficits in ASD? An investigation into social-communication and play of girls and boys with ASD
C Harrop, S Shire, A Gulsrud, YC Chang, E Ishijima, K Lawton, C Kasari
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 45 (3), 766-777, 2015
402015
How are child restricted and repetitive behaviors associated with caregiver stress over time? A parallel process multilevel growth model
C Harrop, M McBee, BA Boyd
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46 (5), 1773-1783, 2016
362016
Implementing personalisation for people with mental health problems: a comparative case study of four local authorities in England
J Larsen, E Ainsworth, C Harrop, S Patterson, S Hamilton, P Szymczynska, ...
Journal of Mental Health 22 (2), 174-182, 2013
342013
Play complexity and toy engagement in preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder: Do girls and boys differ?
C Harrop, J Green, K Hudry, PACT Consortium
Autism 21 (1), 37-50, 2017
262017
Evidence-based, parent-mediated interventions for young children with autism spectrum disorder: The case of restricted and repetitive behaviors
C Harrop
Autism 19 (6), 662-672, 2015
262015
Does gender moderate core deficits in ASD? An investigation into restricted and repetitive behaviors in girls and boys with ASD
C Harrop, A Gulsrud, C Kasari
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 45 (11), 3644-3655, 2015
252015
Sex differences in social attention in autism spectrum disorder
C Harrop, D Jones, S Zheng, SW Nowell, BA Boyd, N Sasson
Autism Research 11 (9), 1264-1275, 2018
232018
The impact of caregiver‐mediated JASPER on child restricted and repetitive behaviors and caregiver responses
C Harrop, A Gulsrud, W Shih, L Hovsepyan, C Kasari
Autism Research 10 (5), 983-992, 2017
172017
Circumscribed interests and attention in autism: The role of biological sex
C Harrop, D Jones, S Zheng, S Nowell, BA Boyd, N Sasson
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 48 (10), 3449-3459, 2018
162018
Visual attention to faces in children with autism spectrum disorder: are there sex differences?
C Harrop, D Jones, S Zheng, S Nowell, R Schultz, J Parish-Morris
Molecular autism 10 (1), 28, 2019
122019
Characterizing caregiver responses to restricted and repetitive behaviors in toddlers with autism spectrum disorder
C Harrop, A Gulsrud, W Shih, L Hovsepyan, C Kasari
Autism 20 (3), 330-342, 2016
112016
That’s what I like: The use of circumscribed interests within interventions for individuals with autism spectrum disorder. A systematic review
C Harrop, J Amsbary, S Towner-Wright, B Reichow, BA Boyd
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 57, 63-86, 2019
102019
Parent and professional perspectives on behavioral inflexibility in autism spectrum disorders: A qualitative study
C Sethi, C Harrop, W Zhang, J Pritchett, A Whitten, BA Boyd
Autism 23 (5), 1236-1248, 2019
52019
Circumscribed interests in autism: are there sex differences?
SW Nowell, DR Jones, C Harrop
Advances in Autism, 2019
42019
Exploring the impact of Vygotsky in pre-school autism
CE Harrop, J Green, PACT Consortium
Poster session presented at the meeting of the International Meeting for …, 2012
42012
Learning when to treat repetitive behaviors in autism
C Harrop, C Kasari
Spectrum.[Online] https://spectrumnews. org/opinion/viewpoint/learning-when …, 2015
32015
Sensory behaviors in minimally verbal children with autism spectrum disorder: How and when do caregivers respond?
C Harrop, N Tu, R Landa, A Kasier, C Kasari
American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 123 (1), 1-16, 2018
22018
Visual Biases and Attentional Inflexibilities Differentiate Those at Elevated Likelihood of Autism: An Eye-Tracking Study
S Bristol, S Agostine, A Dallman, C Harrop, E Crais, G Baranek, L Watson
American Journal of Occupational Therapy 74 (4_Supplement_1), 7411505221p1 …, 2020
12020
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