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Murray Maybery

Assoc/Prof Murray Maybery

Associate Professor
Psychological Science, School of

Contact details
Address
School of Psychological Science
The University of Western Australia (M304)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 3255
Fax
+61 8 6488 1006
Email
murray.maybery@uwa.edu.au / headschool-psy@uwa.edu.au
Qualifications
BSc Melb., PhD Qld
Biography
QUALIFICATIONS

Ph.D. Queensland University, 1987
BSc (Hons; Psychology). Melbourne University, 1976
Publications
EDITED BOOK
1.KIRSNER, K., SPEELMAN, C., MAYBERY, M., O’BRIEN-MALONE, A., ANDERSON, M., & MACLEOD, C. (Eds.) (1998) Implicit and Explicit Mental Processes. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
2.ECKER, U.K.H, MAYBERY, M.T. & ZIMMER, H.D. (in press). Binding of intrinsic and extrinsic features in working memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. Accepted April 25, 2012.
3.RUSSELL-SMITH, S.N., MAYBERY, M.T., BAYLISS, D.M. & SNG, A.A.H. (in press). Support for a link between the local processing bias and social deficits in autism: An investigation of Embedded Figures Test performance in non-clinical individuals. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Accepted February 28, 2012.
4.TAYLOR, L.J., MAYBERY, M.T. & WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O. (in press). Do children with specific language impairment have a cognitive profile reminiscent of autism? A review of the literature. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Accepted January 18, 2012.
5.WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O., MATTES, E., MAYBERY, M.T., SAWYER, M.G., JACOBY, P., KEELAN, J.A. & HICKEY, M. (in press). Sex-specific associations between umbilical cord blood testosterone levels and language delay in early childhood. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Accepted December 5, 2011.
6.FARRANT, B.M., DEVINE, T.A.J., MAYBERY, M.T. & FLETCHER, J. (2012). Empathy, perspective taking, and pro-social behavior: The importance of parenting practices. Infant & Child Development, 21, 175-188.
7.FARRANT, B.M., MAYBERY, M.T. & FLETCHER, J. (2012). Language, cognitive flexibility, and explicit false belief understanding: Longitudinal analysis in typical development and Specific Language Impairment. Child Development, 83(1), 223-235.
8.TAPP, A.L., MAYBERY, M.T. & WHITEHOUSE, A.J. (2011). Evaluating the twin testosterone transfer hypothesis: A review of the empirical evidence. Hormones & Behavior, 60(5), 713-722.
9.WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O, MAYBERY, M.T., HICKEY, M. & SLOBODA, D.M. (2011). Autism-like traits in childhood predict later age at menarche in girls. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 41, 1125-1130.
10.WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O., MAYBERY, M.T., WRAY, J.A., HICKEY, M. (2011). No association between early gastrointestinal problems and autistic-like traits in the general population. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 53(5), 457-462.
11.RUSSELL-SMITH, S.N., MAYBERY, M.T. & BAYLISS, D.M. (2011). Relationships between autistic-like and schizotypy traits: an analysis using the Autism Spectrum Quotient and Oxford-Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences. Personality and Individual Differences, 51, 128-132.
12.FARRANT, B.M., MAYBERY, M.T. & FLETCHER, J. (2011). Socio-emotional engagement, joint attention, imitation and conversation skill: Analysis in typical development and specific language impairment. First Language, 31(1), 23-46.
13.CHABBRA, S., BADCOCK, J.C., MAYBERY, M.T. & LEUNG, D. (2011). Context binding and hallucination predisposition: Evidence of intact intentional and automatic integration of external features. Personality and Individual Differences, 50, 834-839.
14.BADCOCK, J.C., PAULIK, G., & MAYBERY, M.T. (2011). The role of emotion regulation in auditory hallucinations. Psychiatry Research, 185, 303-308.
15.WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O., MAYBERY, M.T, HART, R., MATTES E., NEWNHAM, J.P., SLOBADA, D.M., STANLEY, F.J., & HICKEY, M. (2010). Fetal androgen exposure and pragmatic language ability of girls in middle childhood: Implications for the extreme male-brain theory of autism. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 35, 1259-1264.
16.ALMEIDA, R.A., DICKINSON, J.E., MAYBERY, M.T., BADCOCK, J.C. & BADCOCK, D.R. (2010). Visual search performance in the autism spectrum II: The radial frequency search task with additional segmentation cues. Neuropsychologia, 48, 4117-4124.
17.RUSSELL-SMITH, S.N., MAYBERY, M.T. & BAYLISS, D.M. (2010). Are the autism and positive schizotypy spectra diametrically opposed in local versus global processing? Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 40, 968-977.
18.GRINTER, E.J., MAYBERY, M.T., & BADCOCK, D.R. (2010). Vision in developmental disorders: Is there a dorsal stream deficit? Brain Research Bulletin, 82, 147-160.
19.WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O., MAYBERY, M.T, HART, R., SLOBADA, D.M., STANLEY, F.J., NEWNHAM, J.P., & HICKEY, M. (2010). Free testosterone levels in umbilical cord blood predict infant head circumference in girls. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 52, e73-e77.
20.GRINTER, E.J., MAYBERY, M.T., PELLICANO, E., BADCOCK, J.C. & BADCOCK, D.R. (2010). Perception of shapes targeting local and global processes in autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 51(6), 717-724.
21.PARMENTIER, F. B. R., MAYBERY, M. T. & ELSLEY, J. (2010). The involuntary capture of attention by novel feature pairings: A study of voice-location integration in auditory sensory memory. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 72(2), 279-284.
22.ALMEIDA, R.A., DICKINSON, J.E., MAYBERY, M.T., BADCOCK, J.C. & BADCOCK, D.R. (2010). A new step towards understanding Embedded Figures Test performance in the autism spectrum: The radial frequency task. Neuropsychologia, 48, 374-381.
23.PAULIK, G., BADCOCK, J.C. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2009). Intentional cognitive control impairments in schizophrenia: Generalised or specific? Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 15, 982-989.
24.GRINTER, E.J., MAYBERY, M.T., VAN BEEK, P., PELLICANO, E., BADCOCK, J.C. & BADCOCK, D.R. (2009). Global visual processing and self-rated autistic-like traits. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 39, 1278-1290.
25.MAYBERY, M. T., CLISSA, P.J., PARMENTIER, F. B. R., LEUNG, D., HARSA, G., FOX, A. M. & JONES, D. M. (2009). Binding of verbal and spatial features in auditory working memory. Journal of Memory and Language, 61, 112-133.
26.GRINTER, E.J., VAN BEEK, P., MAYBERY, M.T., & BADCOCK, D.R. (2009). Visuospatial analysis and self-rated autistic-like traits. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 39, 670-677.
27.PARMENTIER, F.B.R. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2008). Equivalent effects of grouping by time, voice and location on response timing in verbal serial memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 34(6), 1349-1355.
28.BADCOCK, J.C., CHABBRA, S., MAYBERY, M.T., & PAULIK, G. (2008). Context binding and hallucination predisposition. Personality and Individual Differences, 45, 822-827.
29.PARMENTIER, F.B.R., MAYBERY, M.T., HUITSON, M. & JONES D.M. (2008). The perceptual determinants of repetition learning in auditory space. Journal of Memory and Language, 58, 978-997.
30.PAULIK, G., BADCOCK, J.C. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2008). Dissociating the components of inhibitory control involved in predisposition to hallucinations. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 13(1), 33-46.
31.PAULIK, G., BADCOCK, J.C. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2007). Poor intentional inhibition in individuals predisposed to hallucinations. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 12(5), 457-470.
32.WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O., MAYBERY, M.T. & DURKIN, K. (2007). Evidence against poor semantic encoding in individuals with autism. Autism, 11(3), 241-254.
33.BADCOCK, J.C., WATERS, A.V. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2007). On keeping (intrusive) thoughts to one's self: Testing a cognitive model of auditory hallucinations. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 12(1), 78-89.
34.BISHOP, D.V.M., MAYBERY, M.T., WONG, D., MALEY, A., & HALLMAYER, J. (2006) Characteristics of the broader phenotype in autism: a study of siblings using the Children's Communication Checklist-2. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B (Neuropsychiatric Genetics), 141B, 117-122.
35.FARRANT, B.M., FLETCHER, J. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2006). Specific Language Impairment, theory of mind, and visual perspective taking: Evidence for simulation theory and the developmental role of language. Child Development, 77(6), 1842-1853.
36.FRENCHAM, K.A., FOX, A.M., & MAYBERY, M.T. (2006). Hand movement span after mild traumatic brain injury: A longitudinal study. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 12, 580-584.
37.PAULIK, G., BADCOCK, J.C. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2006). The multifactorial structure of the predisposition to hallucinate and associations with anxiety, depression and stress. Personality and Individual Differences, 41, 1067-1076.
38.PELLICANO, E., MAYBERY, M.T., DURKIN, K., & MALEY, A. (2006). Multiple cognitive capabilities/deficits in children with an autism spectrum disorder: ‘Weak’ central coherence and its relationship to theory of mind and executive control. Development and Psychopathology, 18, 77-98.
39.POCKLINGTON, B. & MAYBERY M.T. (2006) Proportional slowing or disinhibition in ADHD? A Brinley plot meta-analysis of Stroop Colour and Word test performance. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 53(1), 67-91.
40.WATERS, A.V., BADCOCK, J.C. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2006). Selective attention for negative information and depression in schizophrenia. Psychological Medicine, 36, 455-464.
41.WATERS, A.V., BADCOCK, J.C., MICHIE, P.T., & MAYBERY, M.T. (2006). Auditory hallucinations in schizophrenia: intrusive thoughts and forgotten memories. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 11(1), 65-83.
42.WATERS, A.V., BADCOCK, J.C. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2006). The 'who' and 'when' of context memory: different patterns of association with auditory hallucinations. Schizophrenia Research, 82, 271-273.
43.WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O., MAYBERY, M.T. & DURKIN, K. (2006). The development of the picture superiority effect. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 24, 767-773.
44.WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O., MAYBERY, M.T. & DURKIN, K. (2006). Inner speech impairments in autism. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 47(8), 857-865.
45.WONG, D., MAYBERY, M.T., BISHOP, D.V.M., MALEY, A. & HALLMAYER, J. (2006). Profiles of executive function in parents and siblings of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 5, 561-576.
46.BADCOCK, J.C. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2005). Common or distinct deficits for auditory and visual hallucinations? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28(6), 757-758.
47.BADCOCK, J.C., WATERS, A.V., MAYBERY, M. & MICHIE, P.T. (2005). Auditory hallucinations: failure to inhibit irrelevant memories. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 10(2), 125-136.
48.FRENCHAM, K.A., FOX, A.M., & MAYBERY, M.T. (2005). Neuropsychological studies of mild traumatic brain injury: A meta-analytic review of research since 1995. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 27, 334-351.
49.NG, H.L.H., & MAYBERY, M.T. (2005). Grouping in short-term memory: Do oscillators code the positions of items? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 31, 175-181.
50.PARMENTIER, F.B.R., ELFORD, G. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2005). Transitional information in spatial serial memory: Path characteristics affect recall performance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 31(3), 412-427.
51.PELLICANO, E., GIBSON, L., MAYBERY, M., DURKIN, K. & BADCOCK, D.R. (2005). Abnormal processing along the dorsal visual pathway in autism: a possible mechanism for weak visuospatial coherence. Neuropsychologia, 43, 1044-1053.
52.PELLICANO, E., MAYBERY, M.T. & DURKIN, K. (2005). Central coherence in typically developing preschoolers: Does it cohere and does it relate to mindreading and executive control? Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 46(5), 533-547.
53.BISHOP, D.V.M., MAYBERY, M.T., MALEY, A., WONG, D., HILL, W., & HALLMAYER, J. (2004). Using self-report to identify the broad phenotype in parents of children with autistic spectrum disorders: a study using the Autism-Spectrum Quotient. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 45(8), 1431-1436.
54.BISHOP, D.V.M., MAYBERY, M.T., WONG, D., MALEY, A., HILL, W., & HALLMAYER, J. (2004). Are phonological processing deficits part of the broad autism phenotype? American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B (Neuropsychiatric Genetics), 128B, 54-60.
55.CHUAH, Y.M.L., MAYBERY, M.T., & FOX, A.M. (2004). The long-term effects of mild head injury on short-term memory for visual form, spatial location, and their conjunction in well-functioning university students. Brain and Cognition, 56, 304-312.
56.FRENCHAM, K.A., FOX, A.M., & MAYBERY, M.T. (2004). Effects of verbal labelling on memory for hand movements. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 10, 355-361.
57.PARMENTIER, F.B.R., MAYBERY, M.T. & JONES, D.M. (2004). Temporal grouping in auditory spatial serial memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 11(3), 501-507.
58.WATERS, A.V., MAYBERY, M.T., BADCOCK, J.C., & MICHIE, P.T. (2004). Context memory and binding in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 68, 119-125.
59.FRENCHAM, K.A., FOX, A.M., & MAYBERY, M.T. (2003). The Hand Movement Test as a tool in neuropsychological assessment: Interpretation within a working memory theoretical framework. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 9, 633-641.
60.MAYBERY, M.T. & DO, N. (2003). The relationship between facets of working memory and performance on a curriculum-based mathematics test in children. Educational and Child Psychology, 20(3), 77-92.
61.MAYBERY, M.T., PARMENTIER, F.B.R. & CLISSA, P. (2003). Retention of order and the binding of verbal and spatial information in short-term memory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26(6), 748.
62.MORGAN, B., MAYBERY, M.T. & DURKIN, K. (2003). Weak central coherence, poor joint attention, and low verbal IQ: Independent deficits in early autism. Developmental Psychology, 39(4), 646-656.
63.WATERS, A.V., BADCOCK, J.C., MAYBERY, M.T., & MICHIE, P.T. (2003). Inhibition in schizophrenia: Association with auditory hallucinations. Schizophrenia Research, 62(3), 275-280.
64.WATERS, A.V., BADCOCK, J.C. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2003). Revision of the factor structure of the Launay-Slade Hallucination Scale (LSHS-R). Personality and Individual Differences, 35(6), 1351-1357.
65.MAYBERY, M. T., PARMENTIER, F. B. R., & JONES, D. M. (2002). Grouping of list items reflected in the timing of recall: Implications for models of serial verbal memory. Journal of Memory and Language, 47, 360-385.
66.MAYBERY, D.M., MAYBERY, M.T., BRESNAN, R., CROFT, B., GRAHAM, R., MACAULAY, J., MCQUALTER, S., MITCHELL, E., SHERWELL, K. & SZAKACS, E. (2002). Responding to daily event questionnaires: The influence of the order of hassle and uplift scales. Stress and Health, 18, 19-26.
67.NG, H. L. H., & MAYBERY, M. T. (2002). Grouping in short-term verbal memory: Is position coded temporally? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 55A(2), 391-424.
68.NG, H.L.H., & MAYBERY, M.T. (2002). Grouping in verbal short-term memory: Does latency of recall bear any resemblance to presentation rate? Noetica (35 page fully refereed article) http://www2.psy.uq.edu.au/CogPsych/Noetica/Articles/ ISSN: 1324-6038.
69.FLETCHER, J., MAYBERY, M.T. & BENNETT, S. (2000). Implicit learning differences: A question of developmental level? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 26(1), 246-252.
70.FOX, A.M., MICHIE, P.T., WYNNE, C.D.L. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2000). ERP correlates of response inhibition to elemental and configural stimuli in a negative patterning task. Clinical Neurophysiology, 11(6), 1045-1053.
71.CHUAH. Y.M.L. & MAYBERY, M.T. (1999). Verbal and spatial short-term memory: Common sources of developmental change? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 73, 7-44.
72.CHUAH. Y.M.L. & MAYBERY, M.T. (1999). Verbal and spatial short-term memory: Two sources of developmental evidence consistent with common underlying processes. International Journal of Psychology, 34(5/6), 374-377.
73.HALFORD, G.S., BAIN, J.D., MAYBERY, M.T. & ANDREWS, G. (1998). Induction of relational schemas: Common processes in reasoning and complex learning. Cognitive Psychology, 35, 201-245.
74. LEWANDOWSKY, S. & MAYBERY, M.T. (1998). The Critics Rebutted: A Pyrrhic Victory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21, 210-211.
75.FINUCANE, M., MILECH, D., & MAYBERY, M.T. (1997). Tailoring decision support to individual users. Australian Psychologist, 22(3), 164-170.
76.FINUCANE, M. & MAYBERY, M.T. (1996). Risk perceptions in Australia. Psychological Reports, 76, 1331-1338.
77.LOGAN, K., MAYBERY, M.T. & FLETCHER, J. (1996). The short-term memory of profoundly deaf people for words, signs and abstract spatial stimuli. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 10, 105-119.
78.FINUCANE, M., MILECH, D., & MAYBERY, M. (1996). Assessing decision strategies using hypercard. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 28(2). 253-258.
79.MAYBERY, M.T., TAYLOR, M. & O'BRIEN-MALONE, A. (1995) Implicit learning: Sensitive to age but not IQ. Australian Journal of Psychology, 47(1), 8-17.
80.HALFORD, G.S., MAYBERY M.T., O'HARE, A.W. & GRANT, P. (1994) The development of memory and processing capacity. Child Development, 65, 1330-1348.
81.MAYBERY, M.T. (1990) Sternberg's Mixed model of linear syllogistic reasoning: A mismatch. British Journal of Psychology, 81, 271-283. %
82.HALFORD, G.S., MAYBERY, M.T. & BAIN, J.D. (1988). Set-size effects in primary memory: An age-related capacity limitation? Memory and Cognition, 16, 480-487.
83.HALFORD, G.S., MAYBERY, M.T., & BAIN, J.D. (1986). Capacity limitations in children's reasoning: A dual-task approach. Child Development, 57, 616-627.
84.MAYBERY, M.T., BAIN, J.D., & HALFORD, G.S. (1986) Information processing demands of transitive inference. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 12, 600-613.
85.HALFORD, G.S., MAYBERY, M.T., & BENNETT, D. (1985). The role of strategies in the development of memory span assessed by running probes. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 8, 301-312.
86.HALFORD, G.S., CROSS, G.W., & MAYBERY, M.T. (1984). Hypothesis testing in conceptual rule identification. American Journal of Psychology, 97, 419-439.
87.HALFORD, G.S., BAIN, J.D., & MAYBERY, M.T. (1984). Does a concurrent memory load interfere with reasoning? Current Psychological Research and Reviews, 3, 14-23.


BOOK CHAPTERS
88.HOLLIER, L.P., MAYBERY, M.T. & WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O. (in press). Atypical cerebral lateralisation and language impairment in autism: Is fetal testosterone the linking mechanism? In: Communication in Autism. J. Arciuli & J. Brock (Eds.), Trends in Language Acquisition Research series (TiLAR). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing.
89.TAYLOR, L.J., MAYBERY, M.T. & WHITEHOUSE, A.J.O. (in press). Do autism spectrum disorders and specific language impairment have a shared aetiology? A review of the evidence. In: Communication in Autism. J. Arciuli & J. Brock (Eds.), Trends in Language Acquisition Research series (TiLAR). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing.
90.WATERS, F.A.V., BADCOCK, J.C. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2007) Hearing voices: What are they telling us? In J. Pletson (Ed.) Psychology and Schizophrenia. (pp 201-224) Hauppauge, NY: Nova Publishing.
91.MAYBERY, M.T. & O'BRIEN-MALONE, A. (1998) Implicit and automatic processes in cognitive development. In K. Kirsner, C. Speelman, M. Maybery, A. O’Brien-Malone, M. Anderson, & C. MacLeod (Eds.) Implicit and Explicit Mental Processes. (pp 149-170) Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
92.O'BRIEN-MALONE, A. & MAYBERY, M.T. (1998) Implicit learning. In K. Kirsner, C. Speelman, M. Maybery, A. O’Brien-Malone, M. Anderson, & C. MacLeod (Eds.) Implicit and Explicit Mental Processes. (pp 37–56) Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
93.SPEELMAN, C. & MAYBERY, M.T. (1998) Automaticity and skill acquisition. In K. Kirsner, C. Speelman, M. Maybery, A. O’Brien-Malone, M. Anderson, & C. MacLeod (Eds.) Implicit and Explicit Mental Processes. (pp 79-98) Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
94.HALFORD, G.S., MAYBERY, M.T., SMITH, S.B., DICKSON, J.C., & STEWART, J.E.M. (1995) A self-modifying production system model of inference strategies. In P. Slezak, T. Caelli & R. Clark (Eds.), Perspectives on Cognitive Science: Theories, Experiments and Foundations (pp. 19-29). Ablex Publishing Corporation, Norwood, New Jersey.
95.HALFORD, G.S., SMITH, S.B., DICKSON, J.C., MAYBERY, M.T., KELLY, M.E., BAIN, J.D. & STEWART, J.E.M. (1995) Modelling the development of reasoning strategies: The roles of analogy, knowledge, and capacity. In T. Simon and G. Halford (Eds.), Developing Cognitive Competence: New Approaches to Process Modelling (pp. 77-156). Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
96.HALFORD, G.S., BAIN, J.D., & MAYBERY, M.T. (1984). Working memory and representational processes: Implications for cognitive development. In H. Bouma & D.G. Bouwhuis (Eds.), Attention and Performance X (pp. 459-470). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

REFEREED PUBLISHED CONFERENCE PAPERS
97.GRINTER, E., MAYBERY, M.T., BADCOCK, D.R., BADCOCK, J.C. & PELLICANO, E. (2007). An atypical visual profile in autism and the broader autism phenotype. Proceedings of the Biennial Conference on Autism Spectrum Disorders. Gold Coast, Queensland, March. http://www.autismqld.com.au/resources/downloads.html.
98.MAYBERY, M.T., WHITEHOUSE, A., DURKIN, K. & COMERFORD, B. (2007). Limited use of inner speech in autism. Proceedings of the Biennial Conference on Autism Spectrum Disorders. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. March. Available at http://www.autismqld.com.au/resources/downloads.html.
99.FRENCHAM, K.A.R., FOX, A.M., & MAYBERY, M.T. (2003). The hand movement task and long-term outcome of mild traumatic brain injury. M. Katsikitis (Ed.) Proceedings of the 38th APS Annual Conference, Perth Western Australia (pp 75-77). ISBN 0909881235.
100. WONG, D., MAYBERY, M.T., BISHOP, D.V.M., MALEY, A., HILL, W., & HALLMAYER, J. (2003). Theory of mind and executive function: Primacy and independence in autism. M. Katsikitis (Ed.) Proceedings of the 38th APS Annual Conference, Perth Western Australia (pp 252-254). ISBN 0909881235.
101.HALFORD, G.S., MAYBERY, M.T., SMITH, S.B., & KELLY, M.E. (1987) Representations and strategies in N-term series reasoning. Proceedings of the International Conference on Modelling and Simulation. (pp 286-291). Melbourne, October.

INVITED COMMENTARY
102.RUSSELL-SMITH, S.N., BAYLISS, D.M. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2010). The diametric opposition of autism and psychosis: support from a study of cognition. Schizophrenia Research Forum. Invited commentary. Posted February 10. Available at http://www.schizophreniaforum.org/pap/readmore.asp?commentID={B742BC66-FDED-4B76-A4B0-3EEC9E754610}.


Roles, responsibilities and expertise
2012 - Head of School of Psychology
Previous positions
2009-Professor, School of Psychology, University of Western Australia
2006-2008Associate Professor, School of Psychology, University of Western Australia
1997-2005Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology, University of Western Australia
1989-1996Lecturer, School of Psychology, University of Western Australia
1986-1988Senior Tutor, Psychology Department, University of Queensland
1980-1985Senior Research Assistant, Psychology Department, University of Queensland
1977-1979Research Assistant, Psychology Department, University of Queensland

Current external positions
•Honorary Research Fellow, School of Psychology (RAE 5-star), Cardiff University, 2002 – present.
•Research Consultant (providing advice on grant applications), Edith Cowan University, 2004 – 2007.
•European Science Foundation Pool of Reviewers, 2006-2012
•Associate Editor, Australian Journal of Psychology, 1996-2000.
•Chair of the organizing committee for the Conference of the Australasian Human Development Association, Perth, 1996.
•Member of the organizing committee of the Australasian Cognitive Science Conference, 2002.
•Member of the organizing committee of the Australian Experimental Psychology Conference, 1996.
•Member of the University of Western Australia Scholarships Committee
Current projects
GRANTS

1.MAYBERY, M.T. & WHITEHOUSE, A. (2012-2014). Atypical cognition in autism: preference for nonverbal coding and impaired connectivity? Australian Research Council: Discovery. $275,000.
2.ECKER, U., MAYBERY, M.T., BROWN, G. & HENSON R. (2011-2014). Memory consolidation - Integrating cognitive science and neuroscience approaches to how we remember and how we forget. Australian Research Council: Discovery. $422,000.
3.WHITEHOUSE, A., MAYBERY, M.T., DISSANAYAKE, C., HICKEY, M. & PENNELL, C. (2011-2015). Prenatal and early postnatal risk factors for autism spectrum disorders. National Health and Medical Research Council. $671,938.
4.ROGERS, S., MAYBERY, M.T., ET AL., (2011). Establishing a UWA-UQ network for collaboration in Autism Research. UWA-UQ Bilateral Research Collaboration Award (BRCA). $19,736.
5.MAYBERY, M.T. (2010). WA Medical and Health Research Infrastructure Fund (MHRIF) – Round 13. $11,504.
6.MAYBERY, M.T., VAN VALKENBURG, D.L., PARMENTIER, F.B.R., JONES, D.M. & KUBOVY, M. (2007-2009). Working memory: The binding of spatial and nonspatial features in the retention of visual and auditory information. Australian Research Council: Discovery. $187,000.
7.LEWANDOWSKY, S., BAYLISS, D. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2009-2011). Binding and time - two fundamental attributes of memory. UWA Research Collaboration Awards. $9,996.
8.PARMENTIER, F.B.R., ELSLEY, J. & MAYBERY, M.T. (International Collaborator). How are verbal and spatial features integrated in working memory? (2007-2009). U.K. Economic & Social Research Council Award RES-062-23-0241. £ 248,781.
9.MAYBERY, M.T., BADCOCK, D., BADCOCK, J. & PELLICANO, E. (2006-2008). Visual processing in autism. National Health and Medical Research Council. $260,650.
10.MAYBERY, M.T. & TAPP, A. (2007). Prenatal testosterone and autistic traits: a twin study. Apex Foundation Trust for Autism. $2,944.
11.MAYBERY, M.T., JONES, D.M. & PARMENTIER, F. (2004-2006). Binding in working memory. Australian Research Council: Discovery. $135,000.
12.MAYBERY, M.T., BADCOCK, D. & BADCOCK, J. (2005). Visual processes in autism: Developing a paradigm to investigate atypical functioning in the dorsal and ventral cortical pathways of the visual system. University of Western Australia: Research Grants Scheme. $19,885.
13.MAYBERY, M.T. & JONES, D.M. (2002). The representation of events and their order in working memory. University of Western Australia: Research Grants Scheme. $19,231.
14.MAYBERY, M.T., MORRISON, D.M. & JONES, D.M. (2000-2002). Spatial and verbal working memory. Australian Research Council: IREX. $26,900.
15.MALEY, A. & MAYBERY, M.T. (2002). The effectiveness of early intervention treatment for children with autism spectrum disorders. Apex Foundation Trust for Autism. $2,500.
16.MAYBERY, M.T., MORRISON, D.M. & JONES, D.M. (1999-2001). Auditory-spatial short-term memory. Australian Research Council: Large. $119,856.

17.HALLMAYER, J., MAYBERY, M.T., BISHOP, D. (1999-2002). A genetic study of neurocognitive deficits in autism. National Health and Medical Research Council. $394,905.
18.MAYBERY, M.T. (1999). Working memory: Fundamental processes common to the verbal and spatial modalities? Australian Research Council: Small. $7,000.
19.MAYBERY, M.T. (1996). Working memory. University of Western Australia: Research Grant for Outstanding Teachers. $7,400.
20.FLETCHER, J., ROBERTS, M. & MAYBERY, M.T. (1994). Implicit processing in individuals with intellectual disabilities. Australian Research Council: Small. $13,816.
21.MACLEOD, C., MAYBERY, M.T. & ROBERTS, P. (1993). Common processing systems in discrimination without awareness and learning without awareness. Australian Research Council: Small. $13,782.
22.MAYBERY, M.T. (1990-1992). Factors affecting information processing load during the early stages of acquiring strategies for novel tasks. Australian Research Council: Small. $40,342.
23.HALFORD, G.S., BAIN, J.D. & MAYBERY, M.T. (1989-1992). Processing capacity implications of structure-mapping and analogical reasoning. Australian Research Council: Large. $162,582.
24.MAYBERY, M.T. (1991). Children's understanding of ordered series: Testing an information-processing capacity explanation of cognitive development. Australian Research Council: Small. $14,834.
25.MAYBERY, M.T. (1990). Children's understanding of ordered series. University of Western Australia: Special Research Grant. $17,799.
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