Krista Wilkinson

Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Krista Wilkinson

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Communication Down Syndrome Child Symbol Research Intellectual Disability Eye Color Developmental Disabilities Augmentative And Alternative Communication Technology Direction Compound Autism Spectrum Disorder Visual Search Efficiency Language Autism Autism Spectrum Disorders Parents Disability Pathologists Disabled Children Autistic Disorder Cues Vocabulary

Most Recent Papers

Judicious Arrangement of Symbols on a Simulated Augmentative and Alternative Communication Display Optimizes Visual Attention by Individuals With Down Syndrome

Krista M. Wilkinson, Rick Gilmore, Yiming Qian, 2022, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders on p. 710-726

The early development of emotional competence profile: A means to share information about emotional status and expression by children with complex communication needs

Gabriela A. Rangel-Rodríguez, Mar Badia Martín, Sílvia Blanch, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2021, American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology on p. 551-565

Speech-Language pathologists’ decisions when designing an aided AAC display for a compilation case study of a beginning communicator

Jennifer J. Thistle, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2021, Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology on p. 871-879

Centering the family in their system

Kelly L. Coburn, Sojung Jung, Ciara L. Ousley, Dawn J. Sowers, Meghan Wendelken, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2021, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 229-240

Children with cortical visual impairment and complex communication needs: Identifying gaps between needs and current practice

Sarah W. Blackstone, Krista M. Wilkinson, Fei Luo, Jesse Canchola, Christine Roman-Lantzy, 2021, Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools on p. 612-629

Preliminary investigation of the perspectives of parents of children with cerebral palsy on the supports, challenges, and realities of integrating augmentative and alternative communication into everyday life

Tara O’neill, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2020, American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology on p. 238-254

Eye tracking measures reveal how changes in the design of displays for augmentative and alternative communication influence visual search in individuals with down syndrome or autism spectrum disorder

Krista M. Wilkinson, Marissa Madel, 2019, American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology on p. 1649-1658

Cognitive-perceptual load modulates hand selection in left-handers to a greater extent than in right-handers

Jiali Liang, Krista M. Wilkinson, Robert L. Sainburg, 2019, Experimental Brain Research on p. 389-399

Designing effective AAC displays for individuals with developmental or acquired disabilities: State of the science and future research directions

Janice Light, Krista M. Wilkinson, Amber Thiessen, David R. Beukelman, Susan Koch Fager, 2019, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 42-55

Preliminary investigation of visual attention to complex AAC visual scene displays in individuals with and without developmental disabilities

Tara O’Neill, Krista M. Wilkinson, Janice Light, 2019, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 240-250

Most-Cited Papers

Communication services and supports for individuals with severe disabilities

Nancy C. Brady, Susan Bruce, Amy Goldman, Karen Erickson, Beth Mineo, Bill T. Ogletree, Diane Paul, Mary Ann Romski, Rose Sevcik, Ellin Siegel, Judith Schoonover, Marti Snell, Lorraine Sylvester, Krista Wilkinson, 2016, American Journal on Mental Retardation on p. 121-138

Considerations for the composition of visual scene displays: Potential contributions of information from visual and cognitive sciences

Krista M. Wilkinson, Janice Light, Kathryn Drager, 2012, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 137-147

Working memory demands of aided augmentative and alternative communication for individuals with developmental disabilities

Jennifer J. Thistle, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2013, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 235-245

Eye tracking research to answer questions about augmentative and alternative communication assessment and intervention

Krista M. Wilkinson, Teresa Mitchell, 2014, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 106-119

Building evidence-based practice in AAC display design for young children

Jennifer J. Thistle, Krista M. Wilkinson, 2015, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 124-136

Designing effective AAC displays for individuals with developmental or acquired disabilities: State of the science and future research directions

Janice Light, Krista M. Wilkinson, Amber Thiessen, David R. Beukelman, Susan Koch Fager, 2019, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 42-55

Preliminary study of gaze toward humans in photographs by individuals with autism, down syndrome, or other intellectual disabilities: Implications for design of visual scene displays

Krista M. Wilkinson, Janice Catherine Light, 2014, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 130-146

Eye-tracking measures reveal how changes in the design of aided AAC displays influence the efficiency of locating symbols by school-age children without disabilities

Krista M. Wilkinson, Tara O'Neill, William J. McIlvane, 2014, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders on p. 455-466

Perceptual factors influence visual search for meaningful symbols in individuals with intellectual disabilities and Down syndrome or autism spectrum disorders

Krista M. Wilkinson, William J. McIlvane, 2013, American Journal on Mental Retardation on p. 353-364

The Potential Influence of Stimulus Overselectivity in AAC: Information from Eye Tracking and Behavioral Studies of Attention with Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

William Dube, Krista Wilkinson, 2014, AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication on p. 172-185