Miss Rose Cooper

Rose Cooper

University position

PhD student
Supervised by Dr. Jon Simons

Departments

Department of Psychology

Institutes

Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute

Email

rahc2@cam.ac.uk

Home page

http://www.memlab.psychol.cam.ac.uk/

Research Theme

Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience

Interests

My research focuses on cognitive and neurological differences in episodic memory between typical individuls and adults with autism spectrum disorder, specifically focusing on autism-related impairments in the use of recollection to retrieve contextual information and specific details of past events.

Research Focus

Keywords

autism

episodic memory

cogntiive neuroscience

recollection

Clinical conditions

Autism

Equipment

Behavioural analysis

Eye-tracking

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Collaborators

No collaborators listed

Associated News Items


    Publications

    2017

    Cooper RA, Plaisted-Grant KC, Baron-Cohen S, Simons JS (2017), “Eye movements reveal a dissociation between memory encoding and retrieval in adults with autism” Cognition 159: 127-138

    Cooper RA, Richter FR, Bays PM, Plaisted-Grant KC, Baron-Cohen S, Simons JS (2017), “Reduced Hippocampal Functional Connectivity During Epsiodic Memory Retrieval in Autism” Cerebral Cortex

    2016

    Cooper RA, Plaisted-Grant KC, Baron-Cohen S, Simons JS (2016), “Reality Monitoring and Metamemory in Adults with Autism Spectrum Conditions” J Autism Dev Disord 46(6): 2186:98

    Richter FR*, Cooper RA*, Bays PM, Simons JS (2016), “Distinct neural mechanisms underlie the success, precision, and vividness of episodic memory” eLife 5, e18260

    2015

    Cooper RA, Plaisted-Grant KC, Hannula DE, Ranganath C, Baron-Cohen S, Simons JS (2015), “Impaired recollection of visual scene details in adults with autism spectrum conditions.” J Abnorm Psychol 124(3): 565-75