Professor Hill is currently Goldsmiths’ Deputy Warden. This full-time role means that she is regrettably not able to supervise undergraduate, Masters, or doctoral research at this time. She would, however, be pleased to offer advice on specific issues relating to her fields of expertise.
Summary of research
Neurodevelopmental disorders, developmental co-ordination disorder, autism spectrum disorder, the relationship between social and motor development in typical and atypical populations, the role of alexithymia in neurodevelopmental disorders, mental health in adults with neurodevelopmental disorders, employment experiences of adults with neurodevelopmental disorders and those caring for a child with a neurodevelopmental disorder
BSc PhD CPsychol
- Developmental co-ordination disorder.
- Relationships between motor development and other aspects of development (e.g. social interaction, language, cognitive ability) in typical and atypical populations.
- Co-occurring biological, cognitive and/or behavioural features across neurodevelopmental disorders.
- Mental health in adults and children with neurodevelopmental disorders.
- Alexithymia in autism spectrum disorder and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
- Employment experiences in adults with neurodevelopmental disorders and their parents.
- Experiences of an ASD or DCD diagnosis.
You can listen to / watch discussion of some of our recent work, including broader issues relating to developmental coordination disorder (DCD) or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by clicking on the links below:
Podcast Academy interview by Adam Smith focusing on a mini-intervention study using the Wii with children with movement difficulties: http://podacademy.org/podcasts/can-nintendo-wii-help-children-with-coordination-difficulties/
Podcast Academy interview by Adam Smith focusing on the dilemmas involved in conducting intervention studies: http://podacademy.org/2013/uncategorized/are-researchers-who-take-corporate-funding-selling-out/
Reuters video piece focusing on the use of the Wii Fit to support children with DCD:
Autism Employment event at the RSA:
My research concerns cognitive dysfunction across and within neurodevelopmental disorders. Overall, my research has both theoretical and applied (educational and clinical) aims and benefits. My work falls into the following strands:
- Cognitive dysfunction in developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD), including executive functions, motor skill and the cognitive processing of emotions (including alexithymia) in children and adults with ASD, as well as their relatives. Interactions between these domains, and depression and anxiety, are also being investigated.
- The Employment & Developmental Disorders Study (including The Autism & Employment Study). This study is evaluating the employment experiences of adults with neurodevelopmental disorders, including ASD and DCD, as well as parents of a child with a neurodevelopmental disorder. This work is conducted alongside a range of colleagues including Dr. Alice Jones. I have also worked with the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities and Prospects Employment Service on this topic. Read our HR factsheet on ASD, employment and mental health, including 'Top Tips' and case studies at: http://eprints.goldsmiths.ac.uk/, as well as information for Human Resources employees (http://eprints.gold.ac.uk/5684/) as well as those working in Occupational Health (http://eprints.gold.ac.uk/7178/). I have been involved in setting up the Autism Employment Alliance which is a large group of academics, employers and other related organisations to work together to improve employment support for people with ASD and their [potential] employers.
- The profile of motor difficulties in children and adults with developmental coordination disorder (DCD, often referred to as dyspraxia), and its relationship to socio-emotional difficulties and mental health issues.
- Investigating co-occurring symptoms in neurodevelopmental disorders, in particular the nature and extent of limb coordination impairments in disorders such as DCD, ASD and specific language impairment. On-going work has shown, for example, that children with a variety of neurodevelopmental disorders experience widespread difficulties in many areas of limb coordination. This has implications for both theoretical accounts of the disorders and methods of providing support in education and daily life situations.
- The Autism Diagnosis Study: I am involved in this study, funded by The British Academy. Other investigators are Dr. Laura Crane, Dr. Lorna Goddard and Professor Lucy Henry. The study's website is here. There are many outputs from this study including papers on adult experience of diagnosis here, parent experience of diagnosis here (and video abstract here). Our piece in The Conversation is here. There's more to come - keep up-to-date on the study website.
- The DCD/dyspraxia Diagnosis Study: We are seeking detailed experiences of obtaining a diagnosis of DCD/dyspraxia in the UK. This project is a collaboration with Dr. Laura Crane and Claudia Alonso. See more information about this study at http://www.gold.ac.uk/dcd-diagnosis/ Results of phase one will be available over the next few months.
Interested in participating in my research?
Our lab is called GOAL (GOldsmiths Action Lab). We have lots of studies running at the moment!
The Autism & Employment Study
We are running a large Autism and Employment project. This has a few strands. Some people will be suitable in all strands, other people will fit the criteria for one strand. If you are an adult (aged 18+) with or without Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), please consider helping us. The findings of our project will inform policy and support for those in or seeking work.
Strand (1) A survey: http://ww3.unipark.de/uc/Team_Hill/2c76/ (this takes around 30-45 minutes to complete and there is the chance of winning £125 from a prize draw). You do not have to be in employment at the moment to complete this survey. Please also complete it if you have not had a paid job, but have been a volunteer.
Strand (2) A Survey: https://survey.gold.ac.uk/autismandemployment (this takes around 15-20 minutes to complete and you must be in paid employment to complete this survey).
Strand (3) Are you about to start paid or voluntary work, or are actively looking for such work at the moment? We are keen to hear from adults with and without ASD who are about to begin any kind of paid or voluntary employment. Part of our Autism and Employment project is looking at the effects of employment prior to starting a paid or voluntary job and then a few months into the job. If you think you may be able to help with this, please contact Lisa Dockery: email@example.com.
The 'Moving People' study
Motor skills support the way we interact with the environment and those around us. Children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) and those with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) present with difficulties in motor skill or social interaction, to varying degrees. To fully investigate the relationship between motor and social abilities, we are seeking children aged between 7-10 years with a diagnosis of DCD or ASD to take part in this study. We have developed new innovative eye-tracking measures, which address action perception and understanding, and also social processing scenarios. These measures support the more standardised assessments. We hope you would agree, this is a great way to further our understanding of these two neurodevelopmental disorders and to raise awareness of the relationship between motor and social development. Even better, children love the eye-tracking games! Interested in taking part? For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or DCDproject@gold.ac.uk.
The Movers & Shakers Study
Researchers in my lab are investigating the role on motor development of having an older sibling. We are looking for infants of 6 months and younger to take part in a study of motor development. Infants who have no older siblings or who have one older sibling who is 6 years or younger can take part. Parents will receive a diary in which they can keep track of their infant's motor milestones between the ages of 4 months and 18 months. At 18 months, we will organise a research visit to conduct a short motor assessment with your child. The diary has blank pages for comments and photos, and parents can keep the diary at the end of the study as a keepsake. Parents will also be asked to complete a few questionnaires during the study. This is a great way to keep a note of your child's development (see http://baby-brains.com/2013/09/24/time-really-flies/) and we'll provide plenty of support over the course of the study. If you are interested or know someone with an infant who would be interested, please contact Hanna Adeyinka on email@example.com or 020 7078 5484 to find out more details and to sign up.
The Body Sense Study
We are investigating how children learn to use different senses (such as vision and touch) to understand their own bodies, which is important for everyday environmental interactions. Children with DCD or Williams syndrome can take part. They will complete fun sensory, cognitive and motor tasks with us, and parents would complete several paper-based questionnaires. This project is funded by the European Research Council. For more information please email Joanne Camp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kenny, Lorcan; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Hamilton, Antonia F de C. 2017. The relationship between social and motor cognition in primary school age-children. In: P. Hauf and K. Libertus, eds. Motor Skills and Their Foundational Role for Perceptual, Social, and Cognitive Development. Lausanne: Frontiers Media, pp. 93-104. ISBN 978-2-88945-159-3
Hamilton, Antonia F de C; Southgate, Victoria and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2016. The development of action cognition. In: A.K. Engel; K.J. Friston and D. Kragic, eds. The Pragmatic Turn: Toward Action-Oriented Views in Cognitive Science. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 35-47. ISBN 978-0-262-03432-6
Hill, Elisabeth L.; Crane, Laura and Bremner, Andrew J.. 2012. Developmental disorders and multisensory perception. In: Andrew J. Bremner; David J. Lewkowicz and Charles Spence, eds. Multisensory Development. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 273-300. ISBN 978-0-19-958605-9
Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2007. Executive functioning in autism spectrum disorder: where it fits in the causal model. In: M. McGregor; M. Nunez; K. Williams and J-C. Gomez, eds. An Integrated View of Autism: Perspectives from Neurocognitive, Clinical and Intervention Research. Oxford: Blackwells.
Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2005. The planning and organisation of action and activities of daily living in developmental coordination disorder. In: David A. Sugden and M. Chambers, eds. Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. London: Whurr Publishers, pp. 47-71. ISBN 978-1-86156-458-0
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Frith, U.. 2004. Understanding autism: insights from mind and brain. In: U. Frith and Elisabeth L. Hill, eds. Autism: Mind and Brain. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-19.
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Wing, A. M.. 1999. The use of grip force to compensate for inertial forces during voluntary movement. In: K. Connolly, ed. The Psychobiology of the Hand. London: Mac Keith Press, pp. 199-212.
Job, Xavier; Brady, Daniel; De Fockert, J. W.; Di Bernardi Luft, Caroline; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Van Velzen, Jose L.. 2019. Adults with probable Developmental Coordination Disorder selectively process early visual, but not tactile information during action preparation. An electrophysiological study. Human Movement Science, 66, pp. 631-644. ISSN 0167-9457
Sumner, Emma J; Leonard, Hayley C. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2018. Comparing attention to socially-relevant stimuli in autism spectrum disorder and developmental coordination disorder. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 46(8), pp. 1717-1729. ISSN 0091-0627
Crane, Laura; Batty, Richard; Adeyinka, Hanna; Goddard, Lorna; Henry, L.A. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2018. Autism diagnosis in the United Kingdom: Perspectives of autistic adults, parents and professionals. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 48(11), pp. 3761-3772. ISSN 0162-3257
Messer, D; Bernardi, M.; Botting, Nicola; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Nash, Gilly; Leonard, Hayley C. and Henry, L.A.. 2018. An exploration of the factor structure of executive functioning in children. Frontiers in Psychology: Cognition, 9(1179),
Bernardi, M.; Leonard, Hayley C.; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Botting, Nicola and Henry, Lucy A.. 2017. Executive functions in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder: a 2‐year follow‐up study. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 60(3), pp. 306-313. ISSN 0012-1622
Crane, Laura; Sumner, Emma J and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2017. Emotional and behavioural problems in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder: exploring parent and teacher reports. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 70, pp. 67-74. ISSN 0891-4222
Johnston, J.S.; Begum Ali, J.; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Bremner, Andrew J.. 2017. Tactile localization performance in children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) corresponds to their motor skill and not their cognitive ability. Human Movement Science, 53, pp. 72-83. ISSN 0167-9457
Hill, Elisabeth L.; Pratt, Michelle L.; Kanji, Zara and Jones Bartoli, Alice. 2017. Motor and coordination difficulties in children with emotional and behavioural difficulties. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 22(4), pp. 293-302. ISSN 1363-2752
Leonard, Hayley C. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2016. The role of older siblings in infant motor development. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 152, pp. 318-326. ISSN 0022-0965
Sumner, Emma J; Pratt, Michelle L. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2016. Examining the cognitive profile of children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 56, pp. 10-17. ISSN 0891-4222
Waszczyk, Monika A.; Leonard, Hayley C.; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Rowe, Richard and Gregory, Alice M.. 2016. Coordination difficulty and internalising symptoms in adults: A twin/sibling study. Psychiatry Research, 239, pp. 1-8. ISSN 0165-1781
Sumner, Emma J; Leonard, Hayley C. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2016. Overlapping phenotypes in autism spectrum disorder and developmental coordination disorder: A cross-syndrome comparison of motor and social skills. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46(8), pp. 2609-2620. ISSN 0162-3257
Kenny, Lorcan; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Hamilton, Antonia. 2016. The relationship between social and motor cognition in primary school age-children. Frontiers in Psychology, 7(228),
Crane, Laura; Chester, James; Goddard, Lorna; Henry, Lucy and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2016. Experiences of autism diagnosis: A survey of over 1000 parents in the United Kingdom. Autism, 20(2), pp. 153-162. ISSN 1362-3613
Sumner, Emma J and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2016. Are children who walk and talk early geniuses in the making? The Conversation,
Bernardi, M.; Leonard, Hayley C.; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Henry, L.A.. 2016. Brief Report: Response inhibition and processing speed in children with motor difficulties and developmental coordination disorder. Child Neuropsychology, 22(5), pp. 627-634. ISSN 0929-7049
Rogers, CL; Goddard, Lorna; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Henry, Lucy and Crane, Laura. 2015. Experiences of diagnosing autism spectrum disorder: a survey of professionals in the United Kingdom. Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice, 20(7), pp. 820-831. ISSN 1362-3613
Alonso Soriano, C; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Crane, Laura. 2015. Surveying parental experiences of receiving a diagnosis of developmental coordination disorder (DCD). Research in Developmental Disabilities, 43-44, pp. 11-20. ISSN 0891-4222
Leonard, Hayley C. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2015. Executive difficulties in Developmental Coordination Disorder: Methodological issues and future directions. Current Developmental Disorder Reports, 2(2), pp. 141-149.
Leonard, Hayley C.; Bedford, R.; Pickles, A.; Hill, Elisabeth L. and The BASIS, Team. 2015. Predicting the rate of language development from early motor skills in at-risk infants who develop autism spectrum disorder. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 13-14, pp. 2015-24. ISSN 1750-9467
Leonard, Hayley C. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2015. Early motor skills may affect language development. The Conversation,
Leonard, Hayley C.; Bernardi, M.; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Henry, L.A.. 2015. Executive Functioning, Motor Difficulties, and Developmental Coordination Disorder. Developmental Neuropsychology, 40(4), pp. 201-215. ISSN 8756-5641
Barnett, Anna; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Kirby, Amanda and Sugden, David A.. 2014. Adaptation and Extension of the European Recommendations (EACD) on Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) for the UK context. Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 35(2), pp. 103-115. ISSN 0194-2638
Leonard, Hayley C. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2014. The impact of motor development on typical and atypical social cognition and language: a systematic review. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 19(3), pp. 163-170. ISSN 1475-357X
Pratt, Michelle L.; Leonard, Hayley C.; Adeyinka, Hanna and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2014. The effect of motor load on planning and inhibition in developmental coordination disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 35(7), pp. 1579-1587. ISSN 0891-4222
Jones, L; Goddard, Lorna; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Henry, L and Crane, Laura. 2014. Experiences of receiving a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder: A survey of adults in the United Kingdom. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 44(12), pp. 3033-3044. ISSN 0162-3257
Leonard, Hayley C.; Elsabbagh, Mayada; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Basis Team, The. 2014. Motor development in children at-risk of autism: A follow-up study of infant siblings. Autism, 18(3), pp. 281-291. ISSN 1362-3613
Custance, Deborah M.; Mayer, Jennifer L.; Kumar, Emmelianna; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Heaton, Pam F.. 2014. Do Children With Autism Re-Enact Object Movements Rather Than Imitate Demonstrator Actions? Autism Research, 7(1), pp. 28-39. ISSN 1939-3792
Ludlow, A.; Heaton, Pam F.; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Franklin, A.. 2014. Color Obsessions and Phobias in Autism Spectrum Disorders: the Case of J.G. Neurocase, 20(3), pp. 296-306. ISSN 1355-4794
Hammond, James; Jones, Victoria; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Green, Dido and Male, Ian. 2014. An investigation of the impact of regular use of the Wii Fit to improve motor and psychosocial outcomes in children with movement difficulties: A pilot study. (Forthcoming). Child: care, health and development, 40(2), pp. 165-175.
Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2014. Linking clinical and industrial psychology: Autism spectrum disorder at work. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 7, pp. 163-166. ISSN 1754-9426
Leonard, Hayley C.; Elsabbagh, Mayada; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Basis team, -. 2014. Early and persistent motor delay in infants at-risk of developing autism spectrum disorder: A prospective study. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 11(1), pp. 18-35. ISSN 1740-5629
Hill, Elisabeth L.; Jones, Alice P.; Lang, Jane; Yarker, Joanna and Patterson, Allyson. 2014. Employment experiences of parents of children with ASD or ADHD: An exploratory study. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, pp. 1-13. ISSN 2047-3869
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Brown, Duncan. 2013. Mood impairments in adults previously diagnosed with Developmental Coordination Disorder. Journal of Mental Health, 22(4), pp. 334-340. ISSN 0963-8237
Kirby, A.; Williams, N.; Thomas, M. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2013. Self Reported Mood, General Health, Wellbeing and Employment Status in Adults with Suspected DCD. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(4), pp. 1357-1364.
Bremner, Andrew J.; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Pratt, Michelle L.; Rigato, Silvia and Spence, Charles. 2013. Bodily illusions in young children: Developmental change in visual and proprioceptive contributions to perceived hand position. PLoS ONE, 8(1), e51887. ISSN 1932-6203
Berthoz, Sylvie; Lalanne, Christophe; Crane, Laura and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2013. Investigating emotional impairments in adults with autism spectrum disorders and the broader autism phenotype. Psychiatry Research, 208, pp. 257-264.
Bremner, Andrew J. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2013. Considering the development of developmental disorders of multisensory processes. Multisensory Research, 26(1), p. 23.
Smits-Englesman, B. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2012. When is impairment in development of motor coordination not solely explicable in terms of intelligence? Pediatrics, 130(4), e950-e956.
Smits-Engelsman, B and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2012. The Relationship Between Motor Coordination and Intelligence Across the IQ Range. PEDIATRICS, 130(4), e950-e956. ISSN 0031-4005
Allen, Rory; Davis, Robert and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2012. The Effects of Autism and Alexithymia on Physiological and Verbal Responsiveness to Music. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders(43), pp. 432-444. ISSN 0162-3257
Hill, Elisabeth L.; Dockery, Lisa; Mcintosh, Barbara and Perkins, David. 2012. Mental health and Asperger syndrome: The role of occupational health professionals. Occupational Health [At Work], 12, pp. 16-19.
Heaton, Pam F.; Reichenbacher, Lisa; Sauter, Disa; Allen, Rory; Scott, Sophie K. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2012. Measuring the effects of alexithymia on perception of emotional vocalisations in Autistic Spectrum Disorder and typical development. Psychological Medicine, 42(11), pp. 2453-2459.
Pratt, Michelle L. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2011. Anxiety profiles in children with and without developmental coordination disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32(4), pp. 1253-1259. ISSN 08914222
Hill, Elisabeth L.; Brown, Duncan and Sorgardt, Sophia K.. 2011. A Preliminary Investigation of Quality of Life Satisfaction Reports in Emerging Adults With and Without Developmental Coordination Disorder. Journal of Adult Development, online. ISSN 1068-0667
Sinani, Charikleia; Sugden, David A. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2011. Gesture production in school vs. clinical samples of children with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) and typically developing children. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32(4), pp. 1270-1282. ISSN 0891-4222
Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2010. The importance of motor skill in general development. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 52(10), p. 888. ISSN 00121622
Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2010. Motor difficulties in specific language impairment: evidence for the Iverson account? – a commentary on Iverson's ‘Developing language in a developing body: the relationship between motor development and language development’*. Journal of Child Language, 37(2), pp. 287-292. ISSN 0305-0009
White, S. J.; Burgess, P. W. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2009. Impairments on "open-ended" executive function tests in autism. Autism Research, 2(3), pp. 138-147. ISSN 1939-3792
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Khanem, Fateha. 2009. The development of hand preference in children: The effect of task demands and links with manual dexterity. Brain and Cognition, 71(2), pp. 99-107. ISSN 02782626
Allen, Rory; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Heaton, Pam F.. 2009. The Subjective Experience of Music in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1169(1), pp. 326-331. ISSN 00778923
Allen, Rory; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Heaton, Pam F.. 2009. `Hath charms to soothe . . .': An exploratory study of how high-functioning adults with ASD experience music. Autism, 13(1), pp. 21-41. ISSN 1362-3613
White, Sarah; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Happé, Francesca and Frith, Uta. 2009. Revisiting the Strange Stories: Revealing Mentalizing Impairments in Autism. Child Development, 80(4), pp. 1097-1117. ISSN 0009-3920
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Collins, Alice. 2009. Book Review: Asperger Syndrome and Employment by Genevieve Edmonds and Luke Beardon (eds). London: Jessica Kingsley, 2008. ISBN 978-1-84310-648-7 pbk. 176 pp. Autism, 13(4), pp. 457-461. ISSN 1362-3613
Heaton, Pam F.; Hudry, K.; Ludlow, A. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2008. Superior discrimination of speech pitch and its relationship to verbal ability in autism spectrum disorders. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 25, pp. 771-782.
Zoia, Stefania; Barnett, Anna; Wilson, Peter and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2006. Developmental Coordination Disorder: current issues. Child: Care, Health and Development, 32(6), pp. 613-618. ISSN 0305-1862
Sally, David and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2006. The development of interpersonal strategy: Autism, theory-of-mind, cooperation and fairness. Journal of Economic Psychology, 27(1), pp. 73-97. ISSN 0167-4870
White, Sarah; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Winston, Joel and Frith, Uta. 2006. An islet of social ability in Asperger Syndrome: Judging social attributes from faces. Brain and Cognition, 61(1), pp. 69-77. ISSN 02782626
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Bird, Chris M.. 2006. Executive processes in Asperger syndrome: Patterns of performance in a multiple case series. Neuropsychologia, 44(14), pp. 2822-2835. ISSN 00283932
Berthoz, Sylvie and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2005. The validity of using self-reports to assess emotion regulation abilities in adults with autism spectrum disorder. European Psychiatry, 20(3), pp. 291-298. ISSN 09249338
Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2004. Evaluating the theory of executive dysfunction in autism. Developmental Review, 24(2), pp. 189-233. ISSN 0273-2297
Hill, Elisabeth L.; Berthoz, Sylvie and Frith, Uta. 2004. Brief Report: Cognitive Processing of Own Emotions in Individuals with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and in Their Relatives. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 34(2), pp. 229-235. ISSN 0162-3257
Hill, Elisabeth L.; Sally, David and Frith, Uta. 2004. Does Mentalising Ability Influence Cooperative Decision-making in a Social Dilemma? Introspective Evidence from a Study of Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 11(7-8), pp. 144-161.
Russell, J.; Hala, S. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2003. The automated windows task: the performance of preschool children, children with autism, and children with moderate learning difficulties. Cognitive Development, 18(1), pp. 111-137.
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Frith, Uta. 2003. Understanding autism: insights from mind and brain. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society Series B, 358(1430), pp. 281-289.
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Frith, Uta. 2002. Understanding autism: insights from mind and brain. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 358(1430), pp. 281-289. ISSN 09628436
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Russell, J.. 2002. Action memory and self-monitoring in children with autism: self versus other. Infant and Child Development, 11(2), pp. 159-170. ISSN 1522-7227
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Russell, James. 2001. Action-monitoring and intention reporting in children with autism. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 42(3), pp. 317-328. ISSN 00219630
Russell, J. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 2001. Action-monitoring and Intention Reporting in Children with Autism. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 42(3), pp. 317-328. ISSN 0021-9630
Russell, J.; Hill, Elisabeth L. and Franco, F.. 2001. The role of belief veracity in understanding intentions-in-action Preschool children's performance on the transparent intentions task. Cognitive Development, 16(3), pp. 775-792. ISSN 08852014
Russell, J.; Saltmarsh, R. and Hill, Elisabeth L.. 1999. What Do Executive Factors Contribute to the Failure on False Belief Tasks by Children with Autism? Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 40(6), pp. 859-868. ISSN 0021-9630
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Wing, A. M.. 1999. Coordination of Grip Force and Load Force in Developmental Coordination Disorder: A Case Study. Neurocase, 5(6), pp. 537-544.
Hill, Elisabeth L.; Bishop, Dorothy V. and Nimmo-Smith, Ian. 1998. Representational gestures in Developmental Coordination Disorder and specific language impairment: Error-types and the reliability of ratings. Human Movement Science, 17(4-5), pp. 655-678. ISSN 0167-9457
Hill, Elisabeth L. and Bishop, Dorothy V.. 1998. A Reaching Test Reveals Weak Hand Preference in Specific Language Impairment and Developmental Co-ordination Disorder. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 3(4), pp. 295-310. ISSN 1357-650X
Hill, Elisabeth L.. 1998. A dyspraxic deficit in specific language impairment and developmental coordination disorder? Evidence from hand and arm movements. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 40(6), pp. 388-395.
Barnett, Anna; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Kirby, A. and Sugden, David A.. 2012. Definition, Diagnosis, Assessment and Intervention of Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) German-Swiss Interdisciplinary Clinical Practice Guidelines - Revised for the UK (Pocket version).
Davis, P; Magee, F; Koleva, K; Tangeras, T.M.; Hill, Elisabeth L.; Baker, Helen and Crane, Laura. 2016. An investigation into the effectiveness of shared reading as a whole population health intervention. Project Report. UNSPECIFIED.