His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Autism, Alexithymia, Cognitive psychology and Empathy. The various areas that Geoffrey Bird examines in his Developmental psychology study include Facial expression, Affect and Social perception. His research in Autism intersects with topics in Spectrum disorder, Attribution and Clinical psychology.
As a part of the same scientific study, Geoffrey Bird usually deals with the Alexithymia, concentrating on Interoception and frequently concerns with Developmental psychopathology, Insula, Erikson's stages of psychosocial development, Developmental cognitive neuroscience and Psychopathology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Stimulus, Stimulus–response compatibility, Cognition and Visual perception. His Empathy study also includes
Geoffrey Bird focuses on Cognitive psychology, Autism, Developmental psychology, Alexithymia and Cognition. Geoffrey Bird combines subjects such as Perception, Imitation, Facial expression, Social cognition and Theory of mind with his study of Cognitive psychology. His Theory of mind research includes elements of Perspective-taking, Social psychology and Mentalization.
His Autism study incorporates themes from Audiology and Face perception. He has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Feeling, Brain activity and meditation, Interpersonal relationship and Social perception. His Alexithymia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Emotion recognition, Interoception, Spectrum disorder and Empathy.
Geoffrey Bird spends much of his time researching Cognitive psychology, Autism, Autism spectrum disorder, Perception and Alexithymia. His studies deal with areas such as Gaze and Cognition, Social cognition as well as Cognitive psychology. His Autism study is focused on Developmental psychology in general.
In the subject of general Developmental psychology, his work in Neurotypical is often linked to Terminology, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His work on Interoception as part of general Perception study is frequently linked to Top-down and bottom-up design, bridging the gap between disciplines. Anorexia nervosa is closely connected to Emotion recognition in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Alexithymia.
Geoffrey Bird mainly investigates Cognitive psychology, Autism, Developmental psychology, Perception and Empathy. He has included themes like Autism spectrum disorder and Robustness in his Cognitive psychology study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social relation and Imitation in addition to Autism.
His primary area of study in Developmental psychology is in the field of Prosocial behavior. His research in the fields of Interoception overlaps with other disciplines such as Independence and Top-down and bottom-up design. He has included themes like Neurotypical, Alexithymia, Affect and Emotion identification in his Empathy study.
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Empathic brain responses in insula are modulated by levels of alexithymia but not autism
Geoffrey Bird;Giorgia Silani;Rachel Brindley;Sarah White.
Somatosensory activations during the observation of touch and a case of vision-touch synaesthesia
SJ Blakemore;D Bristow;G Bird;C Frith.
Mirror neurons: from origin to function
Richard Cook;Geoffrey Bird;Caroline Catmur;Clare Press.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2014)
Levels of emotional awareness and autism: An fMRI study
Giorgia Silani;Geoffrey Bird;Rachel Brindley;Tania Singer.
Social Neuroscience (2008)
Mixed emotions: the contribution of alexithymia to the emotional symptoms of autism.
Geoffrey Bird;Richard Cook.
Translational Psychiatry (2013)
Neural processing associated with cognitive and affective Theory of Mind in adolescents and adults
Catherine L. Sebastian;Nathalie M. G. Fontaine;Geoffrey Bird;Sarah-Jayne Blakemore.
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (2012)
The self to other model of empathy: Providing a new framework for understanding empathy impairments in psychopathy, autism, and alexithymia
Geoffrey Bird;Geoffrey Bird;Essi Viding.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2014)
Alexithymia, Not Autism, Predicts Poor Recognition of Emotional Facial Expressions
Richard Cook;Rebecca Brewer;Punit Shah;Geoffrey Bird;Geoffrey Bird.
Psychological Science (2013)
Heightened neural reactivity to threat in child victims of family violence.
Eamon J. McCrory;Eamon J. McCrory;Stéphane A. De Brito;Stéphane A. De Brito;Catherine L. Sebastian;Andrea Mechelli.
Current Biology (2011)
Theory of Mind Is Not Theory of Emotion: A Cautionary Note on the Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test
Beth Oakley;Rebecca Jane Brewer;Geoffrey Bird;Caroline Catmur.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (2016)
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