Krista M. Wilkinson mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Augmentative and alternative communication, Cognitive science, Display design and Variety. Krista M. Wilkinson performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Developmental psychology and Equivalence relation via her papers. Her studies deal with areas such as Working memory, Human–computer interaction, Cognitive systems and Communication as well as Augmentative and alternative communication.
Krista M. Wilkinson has included themes like Visual cognition, Visual processing, Augmentative, Composition and Communicative competence in her Cognitive science study. She applies her multidisciplinary studies on Variety and Visual rhetoric in her research. While working on this project, Krista M. Wilkinson studies both Research evidence and Vocabulary.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Augmentative and alternative communication, Developmental psychology, Cognitive psychology, Visual perception and Vocabulary. Krista M. Wilkinson combines subjects such as Communication, Multimedia, Human–computer interaction, Communication Aids for Disabled and Eye tracking with her study of Augmentative and alternative communication. Her study on Nonverbal communication and Developmental disorder is often connected to Intellectual disability and Stimulus control as part of broader study in Developmental psychology.
Her study in the field of Visual search is also linked to topics like Spatial organization. Her Visual perception study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Context, Spatial ability, Discrimination learning, Cognitive neuroscience and Computer vision. She integrates Vocabulary with Fast mapping in her research.
Her primary areas of investigation include Augmentative and alternative communication, Cognitive psychology, Visual search, Eye tracking and Gaze. Krista M. Wilkinson conducted interdisciplinary study in her works that combined Augmentative and alternative communication and Down syndrome. Cognitive psychology is closely attributed to Communication disorder in her research.
Krista M. Wilkinson interconnects Context and Selection in the investigation of issues within Visual search. Her Eye tracking research focuses on Autism and how it relates to Distraction, Eye contact, Nonverbal communication and Fixation. Reading is often connected to Developmental psychology in her work.
Her primary scientific interests are in Cognitive psychology, Visual search, Augmentative and alternative communication, Eye tracking and Visual attention. Her Visual search research includes themes of Context, Cognitive resource theory, Selection, Cognitive load and Visual perception. Her Augmentative and alternative communication research integrates issues from Gaze, Distraction, Autism, Autism spectrum disorder and Fixation.
Krista M. Wilkinson regularly links together related areas like Human–computer interaction in her Visual attention studies.
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Equivalence classes in individuals with minimal verbal repertoires.
Deborah Carr;K. M. Wilkinson;Derek E. Blackman;W. J. McIlvane.
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (2000)
The state of research and practice in augmentative and alternative communication for children with developmental/intellectual disabilities.
Krista M. Wilkinson;Shannon Hennig.
Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews (2007)
Profiles of language and communication skills in autism
Krista M. Wilkinson.
Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews (1998)
Contributions of principles of visual cognitive science to AAC system display design
Krista M Wilkinson;Vinoth Jagaroo.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (2004)
Methods for Studying Symbolic Behavior and Category Formation: Contributions of Stimulus Equivalence Research
Krista M. Wilkinson;Krista M. Wilkinson;William J. McIlvane.
Developmental Review (2001)
Communication Services and Supports for Individuals With Severe Disabilities: Guidance for Assessment and Intervention
Nancy C. Brady;Susan Bruce;Amy Goldman;Karen Erickson.
Ajidd-american Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (2016)
Blank comparison analysis of emergent symbolic mapping by young children
Krista M. Wilkinson;William J. McIlvane.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (1997)
Roles of graphic symbols in the language acquisition process for persons with severe cognitive disabilities
Rose A. Sevcik;Mary Ann Romski;Krista M. Wilkinson.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (1991)
Considerations for the composition of visual scene displays: potential contributions of information from visual and cognitive sciences.
Krista M. Wilkinson;Janice Light;Kathryn Drager.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (2012)
Emergent word-object mapping by children: Further studies using the blank comparison technique
Aline Roberta A. Costa;Krista M. Wilkinson;William J. McIlvane;Deisy Das Graças De Souza.
Psychological Record (2001)
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