Kay $ Walker

University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 
autism, social attention, salience, neurodevelopment
"Kay Walker"

My ideas on the failure of the usual expressions, gestures and objects to be "salient" for autistic spectrum children are my own and date from 1975. I later studied the work of Neal O'Connor and met him in 1982 or so. I worked with RG Oades (Bob) at Flinders University studying evoked potentials and with Leon Stern (physician/paediatrician) on the effects of fenfluramine. In work on the visual "body image" I worked with DI Ben-Tovim (David) and talked with SM Kosslyn (Stephen)about doing further work tracking body image processing using neuro imaging which never eventuated, unfortunately. I have since gone into the field of public health.

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