Publications of Dr. Grossman and FACE Lab collaborators. For updates on the latest research from the FACE Lab please visit Dr. Grossman’s CV, you can also take a look at recent posters presenting work in progress.

Zane, E., & Grossman, R. B. (2023). Analysis of Noun Phrase Ambiguity in Narratives Reveals Differences in Referential Establishment But Not Cohesion for Older Autistic Children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 66(8), 2802-2820.

Jones, R, Grossman, R.B., Zane E. (2022, September) .Like, it’s important: The frequency and use of like in older autistic children. Autism & Developmental Language Impairments, 7.

Fusaroli, R., Grossman, R., Bilenberg, N., Cantio, C., Jepsen, J. R. M., & Weed, E. (2022, April).Toward a cumulative science of vocal markers of autism: A cross-linguistic meta-analysis-based investigation of acoustic markers in American and Danish autistic children.AutismResearch.15(4): 653-664

Rybner, A., Jessen, E. T., Mortensen, M. D., Larsen, S. N., Grossman, R., Bilenberg, N., … & Fusaroli, R. ( 2022 ). Vocal markers of Autism Spectrum Disorder: assessing the generalizability of machine learning models. Autism Research , 15(6), 1018 – 1030

Kurzrok, J., McBride, E., & Grossman, R.B. (2021). Autism-specific parenting self-efficacy: An examination of the role of parent-reported intervention involvement, satisfaction with intervention-related training, and caregiver burden. Published online: 16 April, 2021.

Matthewman, H., Zane, E, & Grossman, R.B. (2021). Comparing Frequency of Listener Responses Between Adolescents with and Without ASD During Conversation. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Published: 10 April 2021.

Nagano, M., Zane, E., & Grossman, R. B. (2021). Structural and Contextual Cues in Third-Person Pronoun Interpretation by Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Their Neurotypical Peers. Journal of autism and developmental disorders51, 1562-1583.

Shield, A., Wang, X., Bone, D., Narayanan, S., & Grossman, R. B. (2021). Conversational correlates of rapid social judgments of children and adolescents with and without ASD. Clinical linguistics & phonetics35(2), 172-184.

Sorensen, T., Zane, E., Feng, T., Narayanan, S., & Grossman, R. (2019). Cross-Modal coordination of face-Directed Gaze and emotional Speech production in School-Aged children and Adolescents with ASD. Scientific Reports, Article number: 18301.

Grossman, R.B., Zane, E., Mertens, J. & Mitchell, T. (2019). Facetime vs. Screentime: Gaze Patterns to Live and Video Social Stimuli in Adolescents with ASD. Scientific Reports, volume 9, Article number: 12643.

Zane, E., Yang, Z., Pozzan, L., Guha, T., Narayanan, S., & Grossman, R. B. (2018). Motion-Capture Patterns of Voluntarily Mimicked Dynamic Facial Expressions in Children and Adolescents With and Without ASD. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 1-18.

Grossman, R., Mertens, J, Zane, E. (2018). Perceptions of Self and Other: Social judgments and gaze patterns to videos of adolescents with and without ASD. Autism. Online ahead of print, June 2018.1362361318788071 (Take a look at the video abstract for this publication here.)

Zane, E., Neumeyer, K., Mertens, J., Chugg, A., & Grossman, R. (2018). I Think We’re Alone Now: Solitary Social Behaviors in Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 46, 1111-1120, DOI 10.1007/s10802-017-0351-0

Bone, D., Mertens, J., Zane, E., Lee, S., Narayanan, S. & Grossman, RB (2017). Acoustic-Prosodic and Physiological Response to Stressful Interactions in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. In In Proceedings of Interspeech, August.

Sasson*, N.J., Faso, D.J., Nugent, J., Lovell, S., Kennedy*, D.P., & Grossman*, R.B. (2017).  Neurotypical Peers are Less Willing to Interact with Those with Autism based on Thin Slice Judgments.  Scientific Reports 7, doi: 10.1038/srep40700

Mertens, J., Zane, E. R., Neumeyer, K., & Grossman, R. B. (2017). How Anxious Do You Think I Am? Relationship Between State and Trait Anxiety in Children With and Without ASD During Social Tasks. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders,

Guha, T; Yang, Z; Grossman, RB; Narayanan, SS (2016). A Computational Study of Expressive Facial Dynamics in Children with Autism. IEEE Transactions on Affective Comuting, Volume PP/99.

Bone, D; Black, M; Ramakrishna, A; Grossman, R; & Narayanan, S (2015). Acoustic-Prosodic Correlates of ‘Awkward’ Prosody in Story Retellings from Adolescents with Autism. Interspeech 2015

Guha, T; Yang, Z; Ramakrishna, A; Grossman, R; Hedley, D; Lee, S; & Narayanan, S (2015). On quantifying facial expression-related atypicality of children with autism spectrum disorder, in proceedings IEEE Int. Conf. on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Brisbane, Australia, Apr 2015.

Grossman, R.B., Steinhart, Erin, Mitchell, Teresa, McIlvane, William (2014). “Look who’s talking” Gaze Patterns for Implicit and Explicit Audio-Visual Speech Synchrony Detection  in Children with High Functioning Autism. Autism Research 8.3 (2015): 307-316, doi: 10.1002/aur.1447

Grossman, RB (2015). Judgments of Social Awkwardness from Brief Exposure to Children with High-Functioning. Autism, 19(5):580-7. doi: 10.1177/1362361314536937. Epub 2014 Jun 12

Metallinou, A; Grossman, RB; Narayanan, S (2013). Quantifying atypicality in affective facial expressions of children with autism spectrum disorders.  Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo (ICME), San Jose, CA, oral presentation, 2013, 1:6

Grossman, R.B., Edelson, L. & Tager-Flusberg, H. (2013). Emotional facial and vocal expressions during story retelling by children and adolescents with High-Functioning Autism.  Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 56(3), 1035-44

Grossman, R.B. & Tager-Flusberg, H. (2012). Quality matters! Differences between expressive and receptive non-verbal communication skills in children with ASD.  Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 6(3), 1150-1155, PMC3388545

Grossman, R.B. & Tager-Flusberg, H. (2012). “Who said that?” Matching of low- and high-intensity emotional prosody to facial expressions by adolescents with ASD.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 42(12), 2546-2557, DOI: 10.1007/s10803-012-1511-2, PMC3540415

Grossman, RB; Bemis, RH; Plesa-Skwerer, D; Tager-Flusberg, H (2010).  Lexical and Affective Prosody in Children with High Functioning Autism.  Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 53, 778-793

Grossman, RB; Schnepps, MH; & Tager-Flusberg, H (2009).  Slipped Lips:  Onset Asynchrony Detection for Visual and Auditory Speech in Adolescents with Autism.  Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 50(4), 491-497

Grossman, RB & Tager-Flusberg, H (2008).  Reading Faces for Information about Words and Emotions in Adolescents with Autism.  Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2(4),681-695

Grossman, RB & Kegl, J (2007).  Moving Faces: Categorization of Dynamic Facial Expressions in American Sign Language by Deaf and Hearing Participants.  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 31(1):23-38.

Grossman, RB & Kegl, J (2006).  To Capture a Face: A Novel Technique for the Analysis and Quantification of Facial Expressions in American Sign Language.  Sign Language Studies 6(3):273-305.

Grossman, RB (2001).  Dynamic Facial Expressions in American Sign Language: Behavioral, Neuroimaging, and Facial-Coding Analyses for Deaf and Hearing Subjects. Dissertation, Boston University, Boston, MA.

Chee, MWL; O’Craven, K; Bergida, R; Rosen, B; & Savoy, RL (1999). Auditory and Visual Word Processing Studies with fMRI.  Human Brain Mapping 7:15-29.

Bergida, R (1998) Die Sprache des Schweigens (The Language of Silence).  In Kultur Allein ist nicht Genug, Lit Verlag, Münster-Hamburg-Berlin-Wien-London-Zürich.

Ullman, MT; Bergida, R; & O’Craven, K (1997). Distinct fMRI  Activation Patterns for Regular and Irregular Past Tense. NeuroImage, 5, S549.