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Terje Falck-Ytter

Senior researcher

Publications

Gaze Following in Children with Autism: Do High Interest Objects Boost Performance?
Thorup E, Kleberg Jl, Falck-ytter T
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 2017;47(3):626-635

Reduced visual disengagement but intact phasic alerting in young children with autism
Kleberg Jl, Thorup E, Falck-ytter T
Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research 2017;10(3):539-545

Visual orienting in children with autism: Hyper-responsiveness to human eyes presented after a brief alerting audio-signal, but hyporesponsiveness to eyes presented without sound
Kleberg Jl, Thorup E, Falck-ytter T
Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research 2017;10(2):246-250

Altered gaze following during live interaction in infants at risk for autism: an eye tracking study
Thorup E, Nyström P, Gredebäck G, Bölte S, Falck-ytter T, Ease Team
Molecular autism 2016;7():12-

Autistic Traits and Symptoms of Social Anxiety are Differentially Related to Attention to Others' Eyes in Social Anxiety Disorder
Kleberg Jl, Högström J, Nord M, Bölte S, Serlachius E, Falck-ytter T
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 2016;():-

How can clinicians detect and treat autism early? Methodological trends of technology use in research
Bölte S, Bartl-pokorny Kd, Jonsson U, Berggren S, Zhang D, Kostrzewa E, et al
Acta paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992) 2016;105(2):137-44

Quo Vadis clinical genomics of ASD?
Tammimies K, Falck-ytter T, Bolte S
AUTISM 2016;20(3):259-61

The Relation between Reading Skills and Eye Movement Patterns in Adolescent Readers: Evidence from a Regular Orthography
Krieber M, Bartl-pokorny Kd, Pokorny Fb, Einspieler C, Langmann A, Körner C, et al
PloS one 2016;11(1):e0145934-

The TimeStudio Project: An open source scientific workflow system for the behavioral and brain sciences
Nyström P, Falck-ytter T, Gredebäck G
Behavior research methods 2016;48(2):542-52

Brief report: Lack of processing bias for the objects other people attend to in 3-year-olds with autism
Falck-ytter T, Thorup E, Bölte S
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 2015;45(6):1897-904

Eye contact modulates cognitive processing differently in children with autism
Falck-ytter T, Carlström C, Johansson M
Child development 2015;86(1):37-47

Eye Movements During Action Observation
Gredebäck G, Falck-ytter T
Perspectives on psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science 2015;10(5):591-8

Gaze performance during face-to-face communication: A live eye tracking study of typical children and children with autism
Falck-ytter T
RESEARCH IN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS 2015;:78-85

Hypersensitive pupillary light reflex in infants at risk for autism
Nyström P, Gredebäck G, Bölte S, Falck-ytter T, Ease Team
Molecular autism 2015;6():10-

Face-Viewing Patterns in Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders: Speaking up for the Role of Language Comprehension
Johnels Ja, Gillberg C, Falck-ytter T, Miniscalco C
JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH 2014;57(6):2246-52

Human infants detect other people's interactions based on complex patterns of kinematic information
Galazka Ma, Roché L, Nyström P, Falck-ytter T
PloS one 2014;9(11):e112432-

Eye Tracking in Basic Research and Clinical Practice
Bartl-pokorny Kd, Pokorny F, Bolte S, Langmann A, Falck-ytter T, Wolin T, et al
KLINISCHE NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE 2013;44(3):193-198

Eye tracking in early autism research
Falck-ytter T, Bölte S, Gredebäck G
Journal of neurodevelopmental disorders 2013;5(1):28-

Infants at risk for autism: a European perspective on current status, challenges and opportunities
Bölte S, Marschik Pb, Falck-ytter T, Charman T, Roeyers H, Elsabbagh M
European child & adolescent psychiatry 2013;22(6):341-8

Lack of visual orienting to biological motion and audiovisual synchrony in 3-year-olds with autism
Falck-ytter T, Rehnberg E, Bölte S
PloS one 2013;8(7):e68816-

The motor cortex is causally related to predictive eye movements during action observation
Elsner C, D'ausilio A, Gredebäck G, Falck-ytter T, Fadiga L
Neuropsychologia 2013;51(3):488-92

Visualization and analysis of eye movement data from children with typical and atypical development
Falck-ytter T, Von Hofsten C, Gillberg C, Fernell E
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 2013;43(10):2249-58

Gaze performance in children with autism spectrum disorder when observing communicative actions
Falck-ytter T, Fernell E, Hedvall Al, Von Hofsten C, Gillberg C
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 2012;42(10):2236-45

Humans Anticipate the Goal of other People's Point-Light Actions
Elsner C, Falck-ytter T, Gredebäck G
Frontiers in psychology 2012;3():120-

Longitudinal high-risk sibling studies of autism spectrum disorder
Falck-ytter T
Microbial ecology in health and disease 2012;23():-

Predicting other people's action goals with low-level motor information
Falck-ytter T
Journal of neurophysiology 2012;107(11):2923-5

How special is social looking in ASD: a review
Falck-ytter T, Von Hofsten C
Progress in brain research 2011;189():209-22

Human infants orient to biological motion rather than audiovisual synchrony
Falck-ytter T, Bakker M, Von Hofsten C
NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA 2011;49(7):2131-5

Face scanning distinguishes social from communication impairments in autism
Falck-ytter T, Fernell E, Gillberg C, Von Hofsten C
DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCE 2010;13(6):864-75

Young children with autism spectrum disorder use predictive eye movements in action observation
Falck-ytter T
BIOLOGY LETTERS 2010;6(3):375-8

Action Type and Goal Type Modulate Goal-Directed Gaze Shifts in 14-Month-Old Infants
Gredeback G, Stasiewicz D, Falck-ytter T, Rosander K, Von Hofsten C
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 2009;45(4):1190-4

Face Inversion Effects in Autism: A Combined Looking Time and Pupillometric Study
Falck-ytter T
AUTISM RESEARCH 2008;1(5):297-306

Young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder look differently at positive versus negative emotional faces
De Wit Tcj, Falck-ytter T, Von Hofsten C
RESEARCH IN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS 2008;2(4):651-659

Infants predict other people's action goals
Falck-ytter T, Gredeback G, Von Hofsten C
NATURE NEUROSCIENCE 2006;9(7):878-9

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