Kapp, S. K., Steward, R., Crane, L., Elliott, D., Elphick, C., Pellicano, E., & Russell, G. (2019) “People should be allowed to do what they like”: Autistic adults’ views and experiences of stimming. Autism.
Russell, G., Mandy, W., Elliott, D., White, R., Pittwood, T. and Ford, T. (2019) Selection bias on intellectual ability in autism research: a cross-sectional review and meta-analysis. Molecular Autism.
Russell, G., Kapp, S. K., Elliott, D., Elphick, C., Gwenarn-Jones, R. and Owens, G. (2019) Mapping the Autistic Advantage from the Accounts of Adults Diagnosed with Autism: A Qualitative Study. Autism in Adulthood.
Russell, G. (2018) Dementia Diagnosis and White Lies as a Necessary Evil for Carers of Dementia Patients? International Journal of Care and Caring.
- Associated commentary: Williamson, T. (2018) Commentary on the Paper ‘Dementia Diagnosis and White Lies: A Necessary Evil for Carers of Dementia Patients?’ International Journal of Care and Caring.
Thompson, W., Russell, G., Baraganwarth, G., Mathews, J., Vaidya, B. & Thompson-Coon, J. (2018) Maternal Thyroid Hormone Insufficiency during Pregnancy and Risk of Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Offspring: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Clinical Endocrinology.
Kapp, S. K. (2018) ‘Social Support, Well-being, and Quality of Life Among Individuals on the Autism Spectrum’. Pediatrics.
Hayes, J., Ford, T., Rafeeque, H. and Russell, G. (2018) ‘Clinical Practice Guidelines for Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Adults and Children in the UK: A Narrative Review.’ BMC Psychiatry.
Sarrett, J. C., & Kapp, S. K. (2018). Self-identification and self-diagnosis in the autistic community. In Heller, T., Parker Harris, S., Gill, C., & Gould, R. (Eds.), Disability in American Life (pp. 588-591). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
Russell, G., Starr, S, Rodrego, R, Elphick C., & Singh, I. (2017) Selective Patient and Public Involvement : The promises and perils of pharmaceutical intervention for autism. Health Expectations.
Kapp, S. (Co-author.) (2017) Included in Training and Work: Transforming Policies and Practices for People with Disabilities. M. Waltz (Ed.). Amersfoort, Netherlands: Disability Studies in Nederland.