Michael & Brewer

Michael, Z., & Brewer, N. (in press, 2024). Detecting criminal intent in social interactions: The influence of autism and Theory of Mind.  Law and Human Behavior.

Empathic reactions

Brewer, N., Georgopoulos, M. A., Young, R. L., & Lucas, C. A. (2023). Autistic adults’ perspectives on appropriate empathic responses to others’ emotions.  Autism Research, 16, 1573-1585.


Lim, A., Brewer, N., Aistrope, D., & Young, R. L. (2023).  Response format changes the Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test performance of autistic and non-autistic adults.  Autism, 27, 2560-2565.


Lim, A., Brewer, N., & Young, R. L. (2023).  Revisiting the relationship between cybercrime, autistic traits, and autism.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 53, 1319-1330.

Dodginess detection

Brewer, N., Lucas, C. A., Lim, A., & Young, R. L. (2023). Detecting dodgy behavior: The role of autism, autistic traits, and theory of mind.  Autism, 27, 1026-1035.

Georgopoulos et al – Aut Res 2022

Georgopoulos, M. A., Brewer, N., Lucas, C. A., & Young, R. L. (2022).  Speed and accuracy of emotion recognition in autistic adults: The role of stimulus type, response format and emotion.  Autism Research, 15, 1686-1697.

Brewer et al – Aut Res 2022

Brewer, N., Lucas, C. A., Georgopoulos, M. A., & Young, R. L. (2022).  Facing up to others’ emotions: No evidence of autism-related deficits in metacognitive awareness of emotion recognition. Autism Research, 15, 1508-1521.  

Lim et al – ACP 2022

Lim, A., Young, R. L., & Brewer, N. (2022) The effect of autistic behaviors on evaluations of deception and credibility in everyday social situations.  Applied Cognitive Psychology, 36, 548-560.

Lim et al – AJP 2022

Lim, A., Young, R. L., & Brewer, N. (2022). Atypical behaviours associated with mental health conditions and disabilities negatively affect judgments of deception and credibility. Australian Journal of Psychology, 74(1), e2067486.

Hum Comm Res

Logos, K., Brewer, N., & Young, R. L. (2021).  Countering biased judgments of individuals who display autism-characteristic behavior in forensic settings.  Human Communication Research, 47, 215-247.