Nurit Yirmiya
Nurit Yirmiya
Professor of Clinical Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Recurrence risk for autism spectrum disorders: a Baby Siblings Research Consortium study
S Ozonoff, GS Young, A Carter, D Messinger, N Yirmiya, L Zwaigenbaum, ...
Pediatrics 128 (3), e488-e495, 2011
Mother–infant affect synchrony as an antecedent of the emergence of self-control.
R Feldman, CW Greenbaum, N Yirmiya
Developmental psychology 35 (1), 223, 1999
Affective sharing in the context of joint attention interactions of normal, autistic, and mentally retarded children
C Kasari, M Sigman, P Mundy, N Yirmiya
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 20 (1), 87-100, 1990
Understanding of simple and complex emotions in non‐retarded children with autism
L Capps, N Yirmiya, M Sigman
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 33 (7), 1169-1182, 1992
Meta-analyses comparing theory of mind abilities of individuals with autism, individuals with mental retardation, and normally developing individuals.
N Yirmiya, O Erel, M Shaked, D Solomonica-Levi
Psychological bulletin 124 (3), 283, 1998
Responses to the negative emotions of others by autistic, mentally retarded, and normal children
MD Sigman, C Kasari, JH Kwon, N Yirmiya
Child development 63 (4), 796-807, 1992
Early intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder under 3 years of age: recommendations for practice and research
L Zwaigenbaum, ML Bauman, R Choueiri, C Kasari, A Carter, ...
Pediatrics 136 (Supplement_1), S60-S81, 2015
Clinical assessment and management of toddlers with suspected autism spectrum disorder: insights from studies of high-risk infants
L Zwaigenbaum, S Bryson, C Lord, S Rogers, A Carter, L Carver, ...
Pediatrics 123 (5), 1383-1391, 2009
Empathy and cognition in high‐functioning children with autism
N Yirmiya, MD Sigman, C Kasari, P Mundy
Child development 63 (1), 150-160, 1992
Facial expressions of affect in autistic, mentally retarded and normal children
N Yirmiya, C Kasari, M Sigman, P Mundy
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 30 (5), 725-735, 1989
The development of siblings of children with autism at 4 and 14 months: Social engagement, communication, and cognition
N Yirmiya, I Gamliel, T Pilowsky, R Feldman, S Baron‐Cohen, M Sigman
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 47 (5), 511-523, 2006
Association between the oxytocin receptor (OXTR) gene and autism: relationship to Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales and cognition
E Lerer, S Levi, S Salomon, A Darvasi, N Yirmiya, RP Ebstein
Molecular psychiatry 13 (10), 980-988, 2008
Early identification of autism spectrum disorder: Recommendations for practice and research
L Zwaigenbaum, ML Bauman, WL Stone, N Yirmiya, A Estes, RL Hansen, ...
Pediatrics 136 (Supplement_1), S10-S40, 2015
Nonverbal communication skills in Down syndrome children
P Mundy, M Sigman, C Kasari, N Yirmiya
Child development, 235-249, 1988
Social and emotional adjustment of siblings of children with autism
T Pilowsky, N Yirmiya, O Doppelt, V Gross‐Tsur, RS Shalev
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 45 (4), 855-865, 2004
Early screening of autism spectrum disorder: recommendations for practice and research
L Zwaigenbaum, ML Bauman, D Fein, K Pierce, T Buie, PA Davis, ...
Pediatrics 136 (Supplement_1), S41-S59, 2015
Parental perception of emotional expressiveness in children with autism.
L Capps, C Kasari, N Yirmiya, M Sigman
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 61 (3), 475, 1993
The prodrome of autism: Early behavioral and biological signs, regression, peri‐and post‐natal development and genetics
N Yirmiya, T Charman
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 51 (4), 432-458, 2010
Psychiatric disorders in parents of children with autism: a meta‐analysis
N Yirmiya, M Shaked
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 46 (1), 69-83, 2005
Theory of mind abilities of children with schizophrenia, children with autism, and normally developing children
T Pilowsky, N Yirmiya, S Arbelle, T Mozes
Schizophrenia research 42 (2), 145-155, 2000
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