Liam cross
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How moving together binds us together: The social consequences of interpersonal entrainment and group processes
L Cross, M Turgeon, G Atherton
Open Psychology 1 (1), 273-302, 2019
Seeing more than human: Autism and anthropomorphic theory of mind
G Atherton, L Cross
Frontiers in psychology 9, 528, 2018
How moving together brings us together: When coordinated rhythmic movement affects cooperation
L Cross, AD Wilson, S Golonka
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1983, 2016
What am I thinking? Perspective-taking from the perspective of adolescents with autism
G Atherton, B Lummis, SX Day, L Cross
Autism 23 (5), 1186-1200, 2019
Imagine All The Synchrony: The effects of actual and imagined synchronous walking on attitudes towards marginalised groups
G Atherton, N Sebanz, L Cross
PloS one 14 (5), e0216585, 2019
Moving with the in-crowd: Cooperation and interpersonal entrainment in in-vs. out-groups
L Cross, M Turgeon, G Atherton
Current Psychology 40, 3393-3400, 2021
Are you what you read? Predicting implicit attitudes to immigration based on linguistic distributional cues from newspaper readership; a pre-registered study
D Lynott, M Walsh, T McEnery, L Connell, L Cross, K O’Brien
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 842, 2019
The animal in me: Enhancing emotion recognition in adolescents with autism using animal filters
L Cross, M Farha, G Atherton
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 49, 4482-4487, 2019
Autism through the ages: A mixed methods approach to understanding how age and age of diagnosis affect quality of life
G Atherton, E Edisbury, A Piovesan, L Cross
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 1-16, 2021
Animal faux pas: Two legs good four legs bad for theory of mind, but not in the broad autism spectrum
G Atherton, L Cross
The Journal of Genetic Psychology 180 (2-3), 81-95, 2019
Imagined steps: Mental simulation of coordinated rhythmic movements effects on pro-sociality
L Cross, G Atherton, AD Wilson, S Golonka
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1798, 2017
Still want to help? Interpersonal coordination's effects on helping behaviour after a 24 hour delay
L Cross, J Michael, L Wilsdon, A Henson, G Atherton
Acta Psychologica 206, 103062, 2020
Lost in the crowd: Imagining walking in synchrony with a crowd increases affiliation and deindividuation
BP Crossey, G Atherton, L Cross
PloS one 16 (7), e0254017, 2021
I’ll just watch: Do the pro-social effects of coordination really generalize to non-actors?
L Cross, AD Wilson, S Golonka
The Journal of Social Psychology 160 (2), 248-262, 2020
A psychometric investigation into the structure of deception strategy use
I Hamlin, PJ Taylor, L Cross, K MacInnes, S Van der Zee
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 1-11, 2020
The Use of Analog and Digital Games for Autism Interventions
G Atherton, L Cross
Frontiers in Psychology, 3049, 2021
Reading the mind in cartoon eyes: Comparing human versus cartoon emotion recognition in those with high and low levels of autistic traits
G Atherton, L Cross
Psychological Reports 125 (3), 1380-1396, 2022
Intentional synchronisation affects automatic imitation and source memory
L Cross, G Atherton, N Sebanz
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-12, 2021
Walking in my shoes: Imagined synchrony improves attitudes towards out-groups
G Atherton, L Cross
Psychological Studies 65, 351-359, 2020
The wild west of measurement: Exploring problematic technology use cut off scores and their relation to psychosocial and behavioural outcomes in adolescence
T Connolly, G Atherton, L Cross, A Piovesan, LK Kaye
Computers in Human Behavior 125, 106965, 2021
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