Dr Rachel Moseley
- 01202 965538
- rmoseley at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
- Principal Academic In Psychology
- Poole House P328, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
Use a QR Code reader on a mobile device to add this person as a contact:
My research centres on autism and the difficulties that autistic people often face in adulthood. I principally focus on suicidality, self-injury and mental health in autistic adults, including the comorbidity between autism and certain conditions, like eating disorders. I also study issues around late-diagnosis, the burden of camouflaging and stigma, ageing, and lifespan transition points like menopause. My career began in cognitive neuroscience, and I previously used neurometabolic (MRI, DTI) and electrophysiological (EEG, MEG) methods to investigate language, emotion and social processes in autistic and non-autistic people.
I am passionate about increasing acceptance of neurodivergent minds through public engagement, and improving life for autistic people through my consultancy work and engagement with policy-makers. Please feel free to reach out to me with related enquiries.
Interested PhD students are also welcome to reach out to me - even if I do not have funding available at the time, I would love to hear from you.
- Moseley, R.L., Gregory, N.J., Smith, P., Allison, C., Cassidy, S. and Baron-Cohen, S., 2022. The relevance of the interpersonal theory of suicide for predicting past-year and lifetime suicidality in autistic adults. Molecular Autism, 13 (1).
- Greville-harris, M., Talbot, C.V., Moseley, R.L. and Vuillier, L., 2022. Conceptualisations of health in orthorexia nervosa: a mixed-methods study. Eating and Weight Disorders, 27 (8), 3135-3143.
- Moseley, R.L., Gregory, N.J., Smith, P., Allison, C., Cassidy, S. and Baron-Cohen, S., 2022. Non-suicidal self-injury and its relation to suicide through acquired capability: investigating this causal mechanism in a mainly late-diagnosed autistic sample. Molecular Autism, 13 (1).
- Vuillier, L., Joseph, J., Greville-Harris, M., May, L., Somerville, M.P., Harrison, A. and Moseley, R.L., 2022. What about males? Exploring sex differences in the relationship between emotion difficulties and eating disorders. Journal of Eating Disorders, 10 (1).
- Moseley, R.L., Liu, C.H., Gregory, N.J., Smith, P., Baron-Cohen, S. and Sui, J., 2022. Levels of Self-representation and Their Sociocognitive Correlates in Late-Diagnosed Autistic Adults. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 52 (7), 3246-3259.
- Moseley, R.L., Gregory, N.J., Smith, P., Allison, C., Cassidy, S. and Baron-Cohen, S., 2022. Correction to: The relevance of the interpersonal theory of suicide for predicting past-year and lifetime suicidality in autistic adults (Molecular Autism, (2022), 13, 1, (14), 10.1186/s13229-022-00495-5). Molecular Autism, 13 (1).
- Vuillier, L., May, L., Greville-Harris, M., Surman, R. and Moseley, R.L., 2021. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on individuals with eating disorders: the role of emotion regulation and exploration of online treatment experiences. Journal of Eating Disorders, 9 (1).
- Moseley, R.L., Druce, T. and Turner-Cobb, J.M., 2021. Autism research is ‘all about the blokes and the kids’: Autistic women breaking the silence on menopause. British Journal of Health Psychology, 26 (3), 709-726.
- Hills, P.J., Arabacı, G., Fagg, J., Canter, L., Thompson, C. and Moseley, R., 2021. Low-frequency rTMS to the parietal lobe increases eye-movement carryover and decreases hazard rating. Neuropsychologia, 158.
- Moseley, R.L., Turner-Cobb, J.M., Spahr, C.M., Shields, G.S. and Slavich, G.M., 2021. Lifetime and Perceived Stress,Social Support,Loneliness,and Health in Autistic Adults. Health Psychology, 40 (8), 556-568.
- Vuillier, L., Carter, Z., Teixeira, A.R. and Moseley, R.L., 2020. Alexithymia may explain the relationship between autistic traits and eating disorder psychopathology. Molecular Autism, 11 (1).
- Moseley, R.L., Druce, T. and Turner-Cobb, J.M., 2020. ‘When my autism broke’: A qualitative study spotlighting autistic voices on menopause. Autism, 24 (6), 1423-1437.
- Moseley, R.L., Gregory, N.J., Smith, P., Allison, C. and Baron-Cohen, S., 2020. Links between self-injury and suicidality in autism. Molecular Autism, 11 (1).
- Grisoni, L., Moseley, R., Motlagh, S., Kandia, D., Sener, N., Pulvermuller, F., Roepke, S. and Mohr, B., 2019. Prediction and Mismatch negativity responses reflect impairments in action semantic processing in adults with autism spectrum disorders. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
- Hillus, J., Moseley, R., Roepke, S. and Mohr, B., 2019. Action semantic deficits are associated with impaired motor skills in autistic adults without intellectual impairment. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
- Moseley, R. and Sui, J., 2019. The loneliness of me: The assumption of social disinterest and its worrying consequences in autism. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 42.
- Moseley, R.L., Gregory, N.J., Smith, P., Allison, C. and Baron-Cohen, S., 2019. A 'choice', an 'addiction', a way 'out of the lost': Exploring self-injury in autistic people without intellectual disability. Molecular Autism, 10 (1).
- Moseley, R.L., Hitchiner, R. and Kirkby, J.A., 2018. Self-reported sex differences in high-functioning adults with autism: A meta-analysis. Molecular Autism, 9 (1).
- Moseley, R. and Pulvermuller, F., 2018. What can autism teach us about the role of sensorimotor systems in higher cognition? New clues from studies on language, action semantics, and abstract emotional concept processing. Cortex.
- Ypma, R.J.F. et al., 2016. Default mode hypoconnectivity underlies a sex-related autism spectrum. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging.
- Moseley, R.L., Correia, M.C., Baron-Cohen, S., Shtyrov, Y., Pulvermuller, F. and Mohr, B., 2016. Reduced volume of the arcuate fasciculus in adults with high-functioning autism spectrum conditions. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
- Moseley, R., Ypma, R.J.F., Holt, R.J., Floris, D., Chura, L.R., Spencer, M.D., Baron-Cohen, S., Suckling, J., Bullmore, E. and Rubinov, M., 2015. Whole-brain functional hypoconnectivity as an endophenotype of autism in adolescents. NeuroImage: Clinical, 9, 140-152.
- Moseley, R., Shtyrov, Y., Mohr, B., Lombardo, M.V., Baron-Cohen, S. and Pulvermuller, F., 2015. Lost for emotion words: what motor and limbic brain activity reveals about autism and semantic theory. Neuroimage, 104, 413-422.
- Moseley, R., Pulvermuller, F., Mohr, B., Lombardo, M.V., Baron-Cohen, S. and Shtyrov, Y., 2014. Brain Routes for Reading in Adults with and without Autism: EMEG Evidence. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 44 (1), 137-153.
- Pulvermuller, F., Moseley, R., Egorova, N., Shebani, Z. and Boulenger, V., 2014. Motor cognition–motor semantics: Action perception theory of cognition and communication. Neuropsychologia, 55, 71-84.
- Moseley, R. and Pulvermuller, F., 2014. Nouns, verbs, objects, actions, and abstractions: Local fMRI activity indexes semantics, not lexical categories. Brain & Language, 132, 28-42.
- Moseley, R., Mohr, B., Lombardo, M.V., Baron-Cohen, S., Hauk, O. and Pulvermuller, F., 2013. Brain and behavioral correlates of action semantic deficits in autism. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7 (725), 1-10.
- Moseley, R., Pulvermuller, F. and Shtyrov, Y., 2013. Sensorimotor semantics on the spot: brain activity dissociates between conceptual categories within 150 ms. Scientific Reports, 3.
- Moseley, R., Carota, F., Hauk, O., Mohr, B. and Pulvermuller, F., 2012. A role for the motor system in binding abstract emotional meaning. Cerebral Cortex, 22, 1634-1647.
- Carota, F., Moseley, R. and Pulvermuller, F., 2012. Body-part-specific Representations of Semantic Noun Categories. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24 (6), 1492-1509.
- Moseley, R., 2018. The limbic system. In: Braaten, E.B., ed. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intellectual and Developmental Disorders. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc., 964-966.
- Moseley, R., 2018. The Extreme Male Brain theory of autism. In: Braaten, E.B., ed. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intellectual and Developmental Disorders. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc., 979.
- Moseley, R., Kiefer, M. and Pulvermuller, F., 2016. Grounding and embodiment of concepts and meaning: a neurobiological perspective. In: Coello, Y. and Fischer, M., eds. Foundations of Embodied Cognition. Psychology Press.
- Turner-Cobb, J. and Moseley, R., 2021. Feeling like a ‘perimenopausal stress ball’: menopause and midlife stress in people with autism. In: British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Health Psychology (DHP) annual conference 29-30 June 2021 Online.
- Moseley, R., Liu, C.H., Gregory, N. and Sui, J., 2019. Self-representation in autism; are autistic people self-focused, and why does it matter? In: Meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society 10-12 July 2019 Bournemouth, UK.
- Turner-Cobb, J.M., Sinimeri, D., Moseley, R. and Gamble, T.R., 2019. Visualization of social support alters mood: clinical implications of a conceptual mapping tool. In: The American Psychosomatic Society (APS) 77th Annual Scientific Meeting 6-9 March 2019 Vancouver, Canada.
- Hedley, D., Moseley, R. et al., 2022. Recommendations from the 2021 Australasian Society for Autism Research “Health, Wellbeing and Suicide Prevention in Autism” Conference and Roundtable. La Trobe University. Available from: https://www.latrobe.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/1345246/ASfAR-Conference-and-Roundtable-Final-Report.pdf.
- Hedley, D., Moseley, R. et al., 2022. Recommendations from the 2021 Australasian Society for Autism Research “Health, Wellbeing and Suicide Prevention in Autism” Conference and Roundtable: Policy Brief. La Trobe University. Available from: https://www.latrobe.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/1345247/ASfAR-Conference-and-Roundtable-Policy-Brief.pdf.
- Gee, M. and Moseley, R., 2023. Which of us is human? Our experience being part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science. BU Research Blog. Available from: https://blogs.bournemouth.ac.uk/research/2023/02/02/which-of-us-is-human-our-experience-of-the-esrc-festival-of-social-science/.
- Carter, S., 2022. BU Policy Influence weekly digest. Bournemouth University. Available from: https://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/about/regional-engagement/public-affairs-policy-impact/setting-record-straight-around-autism-radicalisation.
- Moseley, R. and Turner-Cobb, J., 2022. Menopause and autism. Henpicked. Available from: https://henpicked.net/menopause-hub/menopause-and-autism/.
- Moseley, R., Holland, T. and Evans, S., 2022. Neurodiversity: the untapped asset?. The Manufacturer. Available from: https://www.themanufacturer.com/articles/neurodiversity-the-untapped-asset/.
- Moseley, R., Holland, T. and Evans, S., 2022. Neurodiversity: the untapped asset?. The Manufacturer. Available from: https://www.themanufacturer.com/magazine/the-manufacturer-july-august-2022/.
- Moseley, R. and Turner-Cobb, J., 2022. Autism and menopause: Q&A with Rachel Moseley and Julie Turner-Cobb. Spectrum News. Available from: https://www.spectrumnews.org/opinion/autism-and-menopause-qa-with-rachel-moseley-and-julie-turner-cobb/.
- Moseley, R. and Sarah, C., 2021. Strategy to improve the lives of autistic people is a welcome addition, says leading researcher. Dods Parlimentary Companion. Available from: https://login.dodsinformation.com/cas/login?service=https%3A%2F%2Fapp.dodsinformation.com%2Fj_spring_cas_security_check.
- Moseley, R., 2021. No evidence links autism with terrorism, but ill-judged statements and headlines will lead to stigma. The Conversation. Available from: https://theconversation.com/no-evidence-links-autism-with-terrorism-but-ill-judged-statements-and-headlines-will-lead-to-stigma-164133.
- Moseley, R. and Vuillier, L., 2020. Link between autism and eating disorders may be due to an inability to identify emotions – new research. The Conversation. Available from: https://theconversation.com/link-between-autism-and-eating-disorders-may-be-due-to-an-inability-to-identify-emotions-new-research-143022.
- Kirkby, J. and Moseley, R., 2020. How to support children with special educational needs as they return to school. The Conversation. Available from: https://theconversation.com/how-to-support-children-with-special-educational-needs-as-they-return-to-school-139422.
- Moseley, R., 2019. Understanding Gender Differences in Autism. Bournemouth Research Chronicle. Available from: https://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/research/research-chronicle/research-chronicle-2019/understanding-gender-differences-autism.
- Moseley, R., 2019. Orangutans in the social jungle and the cost of hiding in plain sight.. Pint of Science. Available from: https://pintofscience.co.uk/blog/orangutans-in-the-social-jungle/.
- Moseley, R., Greenburg, C. and Rosa, S., 2019. Autism and Self-Injury: Talking With Dr. Rachel Moseley at INSAR 2019. Thinking Person's Guide to Autism. Available from: http://www.thinkingautismguide.com/2019/10/autism-and-self-injury-talking-with-dr.html.
- Moseley, R. and Kirkby, J., 2018. Autism screening tool may not detect the condition in some women. The Conversation. Available from: https://theconversation.com/autism-screening-tool-may-not-detect-the-condition-in-some-women-96488.
- Moseley, R., 2017. Ten Things I Wish People Knew About Autism. Soapbox Science. Available from: http://soapboxscience.org/ten-things-wish-people-knew-autism-meet-rachel-moseley/.
- Moseley, R., 2016. Autism is nothing to be A-shamed about: reflections on the muddled messages from the media. Soapbox Science. Available from: http://soapboxscience.org/?p=3330.
- Moseley, R., 2016. Figuring out the human brain and how being on the autism spectrum affects it. Womanthology. Available from: http://www.womanthology.co.uk/figuring-out-the-human-brain-and-how-being-on-the-autism-spectrum-affects-it-dr-rachel-moseley-lecturer-in-psychology-at-bournemouth/.
- Moseley, R., Druce, T. and Turner-Cobb, J., 2020. “I thought I was going mad”: We need to talk about menopause in autism. In: International Society of Autism Research 2020 Virtual Meeting.
- Vuillier, L., Carter, Z., Texeira, A. and Moseley, R., 2019. Alexithymia: the missing link between autism and eating disorders? In: ISRE.
- Moseley, R., Liu, C., Gregory, N. and Sui, J., 2019. Self-representation in autism: are autistic people self-focused, and why does it matter? In: Experimental Psychology Society.
- Carter, Z., Teixeira, A.R., Moseley, R. and Vuillier, L., 2019. Alexithymia: A Mediator Between Autistic Traits and Eating Disordered Behaviours? In: Emotions in Eating Disorders: What We Know and What We’re Doing About It.
- Moseley, R., Gregory, N., Smith, P., Allison, C. and Baron-Cohen, S., 2019. Self-Injury in Autism: Predictors, Perceptions, and Links to Suicidality. In: International Society for Autism Research Annual Meeting.
- Moseley, R. and Turner-Cobb, J., 2022. Breaking the taboos: why we need to talk about autism and menopause. The National Autistic Society. Published.
- Murray, E., Chase, S., Gregory, N., Moseley, R. and Bate, S., 2021. Using Gaze Behaviour to Differentiate Between Developmental Prosopagnosia and Autism Spectrum Condition.. N/A. Unpublished.
Profile of Teaching PG
- Neurodevelopmental Disorders
- Clinical and Cognitive Neuropsychology
Profile of Teaching UG
- Experimental Methods and Statistical Analysis 2a
- Educational Psychology and Special Educational Needs
- Clinical and Developmental Psychology
Twynham Learning Governance Conference, Christchurch, 28 Jan 2023 more
Twynham Learning Governance Conference
Online, 11 Jan 2023 more
Talk for Ben Gurion University, Israel: "Suicidality in autistic people: what we know, what we don't know, and what we need to find out"
Scottish Women's Autism Network (SWAN): Webinar on, Online, 27 Oct 2022 more
Scottish Women's Autism Network (SWAN): Webinar on autism and menopause
18 May 2022 more
Invited talk for City Mental Health Alliance (CMH). Webinar for Mental Health First Aiders.
07 Apr 2022 more
"Orangutans in the social jungle: autism in girls and women" - invited lecture to students of the Clinical Associate in Psychology (CAP) Apprenticeship, Kent University
26 Mar 2022 more
"Icebergs, boggarts and penguins: late-diagnosis and mental health in autism". Talks given to local stakeholder group (the Umbrella Group).
Talk for Centre 404, London, Int. Woman's Day, Online, 08 Mar 2022 more
"Icebergs, boggarts and penguins: female experiences of autism". Talk given to Centre 404 on International Women's Day
22 Nov 2021 more
"The brain science of autism": Online webinar for Bournemouth Natural Science Society.
06 Nov 2021 more
Invited lecture at Autism Learns: Managing Anxiety and Mental Health webinar.
22 Apr 2021 more
Invited lecture for Zendesk for staff training and development: autism awareness and understanding
26 Feb 2021 more
Talk on autism, missed diagnosis, unusual presentations and mental health comorbidities - Clinical Psychology course, Kent University.
11 Feb 2021 more
Online talk about autism and mental ilness delivered to National and Specialist OCD, BDD and Related Disorders Clinic, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.
02 Dec 2020 more
Online talk as part of "Neurodevelopmental Disorders: What Every Psychiatrist Needs to Know" - part of Barts Academic Afternoon, East London NHS Foundation Trust
Depression, suicide and self-injury in autism: whe, London, 05 Dec 2019 more
Autism Today 2019, conference for doctors, psychiatrists, healthcare professionals in London, December 2019.
“Missed or misdiagnosed? Autism spectrum disorders, Cambridge, 01 Jun 2017 more
Talk given to clinical psychologists in Cambridge
Learning Spaces in Mind and Brain, Bournemouth International College, 19 Oct 2016 more
Bournemouth International College Best Practice Day
- ESRC, Grant reviewer (2022)
- University of Huddersfield, External examiner for MRES student (2018)
- Independent academic reviewer, PhD viva examination
- Independent reviewer, Probationary review of PhD candidate
- Unit Leader, Clinical and Cognitive Neuropsychology, Department of Psychology
- Unit Leader, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Department of Psychology
- Placement coordinator (MSc), Psychology
- Programme Leader, Clinical and Developmental Neuropsychology, Psychology
- Women's Health, Anonymous peer review, 10 Oct 2022
- Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 28 Jun 2022
- Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anonymous peer review, 01 Jun 2022
- Autism: the international journal of research and practice, Anonymous peer review, 23 May 2022
- Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences, 15 Apr 2022
- JCPP Advances, Anonymous peer review, 13 Mar 2022
- Reinvention: a Journal of Undergraduate Research, Anonymous peer review, 19 Dec 2021
- Autism: the international journal of research and practice, 10 Oct 2021
- Autism: the international journal of research and practice, 02 Jul 2021
- Frontiers in Neuroscience, Anonymous peer review, 09 Dec 2020
- Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anonymous peer review, 07 Dec 2020
- Autism: the international journal of research and practice, Anonymous peer review, 03 Aug 2020
- Brain and Cognition, Anonymous peer review, 30 Nov 2016
- Frontiers in Psychology, Anonymous peer review, 11 Jan 2016
- Cambridge University Press, Anonymous peer review, 11 Jan 2016
Public Engagement & Outreach Activities
- ESRC Festival: Which one of us is human? (22 Oct 2022)
- Podcast: 'Autistic perimenopause' on 'Life - an Inside Job' (01 Sep 2022)
- Cafe Scientifique: "Autism - from 'acceptance' to celebration" (05 Jul 2022)
- ESRC Festival of Learning event, "The Science of Suicide" (13 Nov 2021)
- Medfem Presents: Biases in Diagnosis: Autism Spectrum Conditions with Dr Rachel Moseley (31 Oct 2020)
- A different type of brain: shining a light on the autism spectrum (13 Aug 2019)
- "Neurodiversity is the spice of life" (20 Jun 2018)
- Pint of Science Talk: "Just wired differently: exploring autism spectrum conditions" (14 May 2018)
- Talk: "Exploring self-injury in autism" (16 Apr 2018)
- Brain awareness week (09 Mar 2018)
- To raise awareness and understanding in the public about autism, the brain, and the psychological research we do at BU. (31 Aug 2017)
- Soapbox Science, 2017 (29 Jul 2017)
- To raise awareness and understanding of autism spectrum conditions (10 Jul 2017)
- Festival of Learning, 2017: Your Brilliant Brain (08 Jul 2017)
- Soapbox Science (16 Jul 2016)
- Psychology 101 (13 Jul 2016)
- Autism Matters Podcast
- Podcast on autism and menopause: https://www.buzzsprout.com/174748/6341044?fbclid=IwAR2Gyx0Pr1lNTwVgh7Il7anwl7yLzwLP2Nris7pSFDoN8j9w2R8TznyQYq8
- Autistica Research Festival, Lifetime stress and its associations with physical and mental health in autistic adults, 11 Jul 2022, Online only
- Autistica Research Festival, Exploring pathways to suicide ideation and attempts in autistic adults, 11 Jul 2022, Online only
- International Society for Autism Research, "Exploring the relevance of the interpersonal theory of suicide for autistic adults", 11 May 2022, Austin, Texas
- German Society for Cognitive Linguistics, Sensorimotor 'grounding' of emotion words: lessons from the autism spectrum, 01 Apr 2022, Online
- Australasian Society for Autism Research (AsFAR) “Mental Wellbeing and Suicide Prevention in Autism” Conference, Pathways to suicide in autistic adults., 09 Dec 2021, Virtual
- Experimental Psychology Society, Self-representation and its links to loneliness in autism, 10 Jul 2019, Bournemouth University
- Autistica Autism Research Conference, Exploring self-injury in autistic people, 06 Sep 2018, City University of London
- International Meeting for Autism Research, Sex differences in autistic adults: a meta-analysis, 09 May 2018, Rotterdam
- Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Neurophysiological correlates of action word and sound processing in autism spectrum conditions and neurotypical controls: A mismatch negativity (MMN) study, 17 Aug 2016, University College London
- Advanced Autism training course, Online delivery of training on autistic mental health and ageing. Vivacity Social Work
- Training videos for GPs and frontline healthcare staff, Training videos for GPs and frontline healthcare staff. Topics: ageing, menopause, suicidality and mental ill-health.. NHS England
- Talk for staff at Harbour School, Dorset, around mental health of autistic young people and ways to improve wellbeing., Talk for staff at Harbour School, Dorset, around mental health of autistic young people and ways to improve wellbeing.. Harbour School, Delta Trust
- Autism Advisors panel (National Autistic Society), Advisory work for the National Autistic Society: review information to be disseminated for accuracy, reliability, and evidence base.. National Autistic Society
- NICE guideline on Menopause: diagnosis and management, Contributed as a key stakeholder to comments on final scope and equality impact assessment for this NICE guideline. National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, Professor Julie Turner-Cobb
- Autistica information page on self-harm, Advisor and reviewing. Autistica
- Grant application reviewer, Reviewing ERC grant application. Ben Gurion University, Israel
- Building Resilience, 01 Jun 2018
- Understanding Boundaries, 25 May 2018
- Research Communication Day, 23 May 2018
- Bid Writing Retreat - British Academy Small Grants, 14 Mar 2018
- Supporting Students Health and Wellbeing, 09 Mar 2018
- Handling Loss Issues in Students, 01 Jan 2018
- Mental Health First Aid, 01 Sep 2017
- Doctoral Supervision Development, 01 Jan 2017
- Preparing Impact Case Studies, 01 Jan 2017
- Innovate: Teaching Large Groups, 01 Jan 2017
- PG Certificate in Education, 18 Sep 2016
- Shortlisted (1 of 8) for Masters Teacher of the Year award (FindAUniversity.com, 2022)
External Media and Press
- Breaking the taboos: why we need to talk about menopause and autism, Your Autism magazine, National Autistic Society, 21 Nov 2022. https://www.autism.org.uk/get-involved/membership/yourautism
- Autism screening tool may not detect the condition in some women, The Conversation, 23 May 2018. https://theconversation.com/autism-screening-tool-may-not-detect-the-condition-in-some-women-96488
- The Supporters: Experts talk about autism, Fixers, 21 Mar 2018. http://www.fixers.org.uk/feel-happy-fix/feel-happy-on-the-spectrum/the-supporters.php
- Aspergers and Me: Fixers video, ITV, 14 Mar 2018. http://www.fixers.org.uk/index.php?module_instance_id=11312&core_alternate_io_handler=view_fixer_news_video&data_ref_id=16859&news_data_ref_id=16858&video_no=1
- Girls with autism show anomalies in 'daydreaming' network, Spectrum News, 18 Aug 2016. https://spectrumnews.org/news/girls-autism-show-anomalies-daydreaming-network/