Sarah Parsons
Sarah Parsons
Professor of Autism and Inclusion, Southampton Education School
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The potential of virtual reality in social skills training for people with autistic spectrum disorders.
S Parsons, P Mitchell
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 46 (5), 430-443, 2002
Using virtual environments for teaching social understanding to 6 adolescents with autistic spectrum disorders
P Mitchell, S Parsons, A Leonard
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 37 (3), 589-600, 2007
State-of-the art of Virtual Reality Technologies for children on the autism spectrum
S Parsons, S Cobb
European Journal of Special Needs Education 26 (3), 355-36, 2011
The use and understanding of virtual environments by adolescents with autistic spectrum disorders
S Parsons, P Mitchell, A Leonard
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 34 (4), 449-466, 2004
Virtual environments for social skills training: comments from two adolescents with autistic spectrum disorder
S Parsons, A Leonard, P Mitchell
Computers & Education 47 (2), 186-206, 2006
Authenticity in Virtual Reality for assessment and intervention in Autism: A Conceptual Review.
S Parsons
Educational Research Review 19, 138-157, 2016
Do adolescents with autistic spectrum disorders adhere to social conventions in virtual environments?
S Parsons, P Mitchell, A Leonard
Autism 9 (1), 95-117, 2005
International review of the evidence on best practice in educational provision for children on the autism spectrum
S Parsons, K Guldberg, A MacLeod, G Jones, A Prunty, T Balfe
Reviewing Research in Special Education, 57-74, 2016
Technology and applications for collaborative learning in virtual reality
SW Greenwald, A Kulik, A Kunert, S Beck, B Fröhlich, S Cobb, S Parsons, ...
Philadelphia, PA: International Society of the Learning Sciences., 2017
Sense of presence and atypical social judgments in immersive virtual environments Responses of adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders
S Wallace, S Parsons, A Westbury, K White, K White, A Bailey
Autism 14 (3), 199-213, 2010
Development of social skills amongst adults with Asperger’s Syndrome using virtual environments: the ‘AS Interactive’project
S Parsons, L Beardon, HR Neale, G Reynard, R Eastgate, JR Wilson, ...
Proc. The 3rd International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and …, 2000
Commentary–bridging the research and practice gap in autism: The importance of creating research partnerships with schools
S Parsons, T Charman, R Faulkner, J Ragan, S Wallace, K Wittemeyer
Autism 17 (3), 268-280, 2013
Applied virtual environments to support learning of social interaction skills in users with Asperger’s Syndrome.
S Cobb, L Beardon, R Eastgate, T Glover, S Kerr, H Neale, S Parsons, ...
Digital Creativity 13 (1), 11-22, 2002
The views and experiences of parents of children with autistic spectrum disorder about educational provision: comparisons with parents of children with other disabilities from …
S Parsons, A Lewis, J Ellins
European Journal of Special Needs Education 24 (1), 37-58, 2009
The home education of children with special needs or disabilities in the UK: views of parents from an online survey.
S Parsons, A Lewis
International Journal of Inclusive Education 14 (1), 67-86, 2010
Learning to work together: designing a multi-user virtual reality game for social collaboration and perspective-taking for children with autism
S Parsons
International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction 6, 28-38, 2015
International review of the literature of evidence of best practice provision in the education of persons with autistic spectrum disorders
SJ Parsons, K Guldberg, AAN MacLeod, G Jones, A Prunty, T Balfe
National Council for Special Education, 2009
Virtual reality in pediatric psychology
TD Parsons, G Riva, S Parsons, F Mantovani, N Newbutt, L Lin, ...
Pediatrics 140 (Supplement_2), S86-S91, 2017
“Whose agenda? Who knows best? Whose voice?”: Co-creating a technology research roadmap with autism stakeholders
S Parsons, N Yuill, J Good, M Brosnan
Disability & Society 35 (2), 201-234, 2020
Resources, staff beliefs and organizational culture: Factors in the use of information and communication technology for adults with intellectual disabilities
S Parsons, H Daniels, J Porter, C Robertson
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 21 (1), 19-33, 2008
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