Elisabeth L. Hill focuses on Developmental psychology, Autism, Asperger syndrome, Developmental disorder and Cognition. Her research in the fields of Specific language impairment overlaps with other disciplines such as Dictator. Her Autism study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Executive functions, Theory of mind, Executive dysfunction and Social cognition.
Her studies in Executive dysfunction integrate themes in fields like Working memory and Attentional control. She combines subjects such as Toronto Alexithymia Scale, Alexithymia and Beck Depression Inventory with her study of Asperger syndrome. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Cognitive psychology and Developmental disorder.
Her primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Autism, Cognitive psychology, Motor skill and Autism spectrum disorder. Her research in Developmental psychology intersects with topics in Executive functions, Cognition and Intelligence quotient. She works mostly in the field of Executive functions, limiting it down to concerns involving Working memory and, occasionally, Cognitive flexibility.
Her Autism research incorporates themes from Theory of mind, Executive dysfunction and Clinical psychology, Alexithymia. Her Cognitive psychology study incorporates themes from Motor control and Social cognition. Her work in Autism spectrum disorder addresses issues such as Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, which are connected to fields such as Motor impairment.
Elisabeth L. Hill mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Motor skill, Clinical psychology, Autism spectrum disorder and Audiology. The various areas that she examines in her Developmental psychology study include Intelligence quotient and Anxiety. Her Motor skill research incorporates elements of Cognitive psychology, Cognition and Child development.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychiatry, Autism, Typically developing and Health professionals in addition to Clinical psychology. Her work on Autism is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Health services. Her work carried out in the field of Autism spectrum disorder brings together such families of science as Likert scale and Professional development.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Autism, Motor skill, Clinical psychology and Autism spectrum disorder. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Working memory, Cognition, Motor coordination and Anxiety. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychomotor learning, Cross syndrome, Social skills, Intelligence quotient and Social functioning.
Her work deals with themes such as Psychomotor disorder, Executive functions, Verbal fluency test and Audiology, which intersect with Motor skill. Her Clinical psychology research includes elements of Health personnel and Interview. The Autism spectrum disorder study combines topics in areas such as Health services and Health professionals.
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Executive dysfunction in autism
Elisabeth L. Hill.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2004)
Evaluating the theory of executive dysfunction in autism
Elisabeth L. Hill.
Developmental Review (2004)
Brief report: cognitive processing of own emotions in individuals with autistic spectrum disorder and in their relatives.
Elisabeth L. Hill;Sylvie Berthoz;Uta Frith.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2004)
Non-specific nature of specific language impairment: a review of the literature with regard to concomitant motor impairments
Elisabeth L. Hill.
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders (2001)
Understanding autism: insights from mind and brain
Elisabeth L. Hill;Uta Frith.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2003)
The validity of using self-reports to assess emotion regulation abilities in adults with autism spectrum disorder
Sylvie Berthoz;Elisabeth L. Hill.
European Psychiatry (2005)
Revisiting the Strange Stories: Revealing Mentalizing Impairments in Autism
Sarah White;Elisabeth L. Hill;Francesca Happé;Uta Frith.
Child Development (2009)
Experiences of autism diagnosis: A survey of over 1000 parents in the United Kingdom
Laura Crane;James W Chester;Lorna Goddard;Lucy A Henry.
Executive processes in Asperger syndrome: patterns of performance in a multiple case series
Elisabeth L. Hill;Chris M. Bird.
The development of interpersonal strategy: Autism, theory-of-mind, cooperation and fairness
David Sally;Elisabeth L. Hill.
Journal of Economic Psychology (2006)
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