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(Re-)conceptualisation in asperger's syndrome and typical individuals with varying degrees of autistic-like traits (2012)
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Burnett, H., & Jellema, T. (2013). (Re-)conceptualisation in asperger's syndrome and typical individuals with varying degrees of autistic-like traits. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 43(1), 211 - 223. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-012-1567-z

The abilities to form new concepts from scratch(conceptualisation), and to flexibly switch from one conceptto another (re-conceptualisation), were investigated inadults with Asperger's Syndrome and in typically-developedadults with low and high autis... Read More about (Re-)conceptualisation in asperger's syndrome and typical individuals with varying degrees of autistic-like traits.

Categorical perception of morphed objects using a free-naming experiment (2010)
Journal Article
Hartendorp, M. O., Van der Stigchel, S., Burnett, H. G., Jellema, T., Eilers, P. H., & Postma, A. (2010). Categorical perception of morphed objects using a free-naming experiment. Visual Cognition, 18(9), 1320-1347. https://doi.org/10.1080/13506285.2010.482774

Morphed figures entail a dominant and nondominant interpretation. Testing perception of morphed objects using forced-choice methods demonstrates that morphed figures are perceived as their dominant interpretation ("categorical perception", or CP). Us... Read More about Categorical perception of morphed objects using a free-naming experiment.