Full-Length Conference Proceedings:

Cho, S., Liberman, M., Ryant, N., Cola, M., Schultz, R.T., & Parish-Morris, J. (2019). Automatic detection of ASD in children using acoustic and text features from brief natural conversations. International Speech Communication Association, Proceedings of Interspeech 2019, Graz, Austria. Long paper.

Automatic detection of autism (2019).pdf

Parish-Morris, J. (2019). Computational Linguistics for Enhancing Scientific Reproducibility and Reducing Healthcare Inequities. Proc N Am Assoc Computational Linguistics, Comp Ling and Clin Psych, Minneapolis, MN, USA. Short paper.

Computational linguistics (2019).pdf

Hauser, M., Sariyanidi, V., Tunc, B., Zampella, C., Brodkin, E.S., Schultz, R.T. & Parish-Morris, J. (2019). Using natural conversations to classify autism with limited data: Age matters. Proc N Am Assoc Computational Linguistics, Comp Ling and Clin Psych, Minneapolis, MN, USA. Long paper.

Using natural conversations (2019).pdf

Parish-Morris, J., Sariyanidi, E., Zampella, C., Bartley, G.K., Ferguson, E., Pallathra, Ashley A., Bateman, L., Plate, S., Cola, M., Pandey, J., Brodkin, E.S., Schultz, R.T. & Tunc, B. (2018). Oral-Motor and Lexical Diversity During Naturalistic Conversations in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Proc N Am Assoc Computational Linguistics, Comp Ling and Clin Psych, New Orleans, LA, USA. Long paper.

Oral-motor and lexical diversity (2018).pdf

Parish-Morris, J., Liberman, M., Ryant, N., Cieri, C., Bateman, L., Ferguson, E., & Schultz, R.T. (2016). Exploring Autism Spectrum Disorders using HLT. Proc N Am Assoc Computational Linguistics, Comp Ling and Clin Psych, pp. 74-84, San Diego, California, USA. Long paper.

Exploring autism spectrum (2016).pdf

Parish-Morris, J., Cieri, C., Liberman, M., Bateman, L., Ferguson, E., & Schultz, R.T. (2016). Building Language Resources for Exploring Autism Spectrum Disorders. Proc Eur Language Resources Assoc, Lang Resources and Eval, pp. 2100-2107, Portorož, Slovenia. Long paper.

Building language resources (2016).pdf

Chapters, Reviews, and Invited Commentaries:

Parish-Morris, J., Schultz, R.T., & Herrington, J.D. (2021). Towards the Integration of Social Cognition and Social Motivation in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Chapter in: The Neural Bases of Mentalizing, Ochsner, K. and Gilead, M. (Eds).

Yankowitz, L.D., Schultz, R.T., & Parish-Morris, J. (2019). Pre- and Para-linguistic Vocal Production in ASD: Birth through School Age. Current Psychiatry Reports.

Pre- and paralinguistic (2019).pdf

Parish-Morris, J. (2019). Seeing the unseen realities of autism. Lancet Psychiatry, 6(9):718-719.

Seeing the unseen (2019).pdf

Parish-Morris, J. (2019). It Takes Two to Tango: Multi-directional, Dynamic Influences on Parenting Behavior. Parenting: Science and Practice, 19(1-2), 160-163.

It takes two (2019).pdf

Turnacioglu, S., McCleery, J., Parish-Morris, J., Sazawal, V., & Solórzano, R. (2019). The State of Virtual and Augmented Reality Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder. Chapter in: Virtual and Augmented Reality in Mental Health Treatment, pp. 118-140, IGI Global.

Zosh, J.M., Hirsh-Pasek, K., Golinkoff, R.M., & Parish-Morris, J. (2016). Learning in the digital age: Putting education back in educational apps for young children. In Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development, 1-6.

Learning (2016).pdf

Parish-Morris, J., Golinkoff, R. M., & Hirsh-Pasek, K. (2013). From coo to code: Language acquisition in early childhood. In P. Zelazo (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of developmental psychology, Vol. 1 (pp. 867-908). NY: Oxford University Press.

From coo to code (2013).pdf

Parish-Morris, J., Pruden, S., Ma, W., Hirsh-Pasek, K., & Golinkoff, R.M. (2010). A World of Relations: Relational Words. In: Malt, B. and Wolff, P. (Eds), Words and the Mind: How Words Capture Human Experience. NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 219-232.

A world of relations (2010).pdf

Pruden, S.M., Hirsh-Pasek, K., & Parish, J. (2006). Early Category and Concept Development: Making Sense of the Blooming, Buzzing Confusion. Philosophical Psychology, 19(1), 123-127.

Julia's Keynote talk at LREC 2022: copy and paste the link if the button below doesn't work