Kourti, M., & MacLeod, A. (2018) “I Don't Feel Like a Gender, I Feel Like Myself”: Autistic Individuals Raised as Girls Exploring Gender Identity. Autism in Adulthood: Knowledge, Practice, and Policy. https://doi.org/10.1089/aut.2018.0001
MacLeod, A., Allan, J., Lewis, A., & Robertson, C. (2017). ‘Here I come again’: the cost of success for higher education students diagnosed with autism. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2017.1396502
MacLeod, A., Ellis, L., Lear, C., Kourti, M., Searle, K., Duckworth, C., Irvine, D., Jones, H., King, M., Link, J. and Simpson, J. (2017) Enhancing Outcomes for Autistic Students: Executive Summary of the AuVision Project, Birmingham: University of Birmingham.
MacLeod, A., Lewis, A and Robertson, C. (2013) ‘CHARLIE: PLEASE RESPOND!’ Using a Participatory Methodology with Individuals on the Autism Spectrum. International Journal of Research & Methods in Education. DOI: 10.1080/1743727X.2013.776528
MacLeod, A., Lewis, A. & Robertson, C. (2013) "“Why should I be like bloody Rainman?!” Navigating the autistic identity." British Journal of Special Education DOI: 10.1111/1467-8578.12015
Parsons, S., Guldberg, K., MacLeod, A., Jones, G., Prunty, A. & Balfe, T. (2011) International review of the evidence on best practice in educational provision for children on the autism spectrum, 26 (1), European Journal of Special Needs Education, pp 47-63.
Guldberg, K., Parsons, S., MacLeod, A., Jones, G., Prunty, A. & Balfe, T. (2011) Implications for Practice from ‘International review of the evidence on best practice in educational provision for children on the autism spectrum’, 26 (1), European Journal of Special Needs Education, pp 64-70.
MacLeod, A. (2010) ‘Welcome to my first rant!’ Report on a participatory pilot project to develop the ‘AS Portal’, an online peer support network for higher education students on the autism spectrum.
Journal of Assistive Technology 4 (1): 14-24.
MacLeod, A. and Green, S. (2009) Beyond the books: case study of a collaborative and holistic support model for university students with Asperger syndrome, Studies in Higher Education, 1-16. ISSN: 0307-5079. DOI: 10.1080/03075070802590643
Parsons, S., Guldberg, K., MacLeod, A., Jones, G., Prunty, A. and Balfe, T. (2009) International review of the literature of evidence of best practice provision in the education of persons with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, National Council for Special Education: Ireland.
MacLeod, A. and Johnston, P. (2007) Standing out and fitting in: a report on a support group for individuals with Asperger syndrome using a personal account, British Journal of Special Education, 34, 2, 83-88. ISSN: 0952-3383. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8578.2007.00460.x
Jones, G., Ellins, J., Guldberg, K., Jordan, R., MacLeod, A. and Plimley, L. (2006) A review of the needs and services for children and young people with Asperger syndrome living in Northern Ireland, NICCY, Belfast, NICCY.
MacLeod, A. (1999) Growing pains: the potential impact of unidentified Asperger syndrome on the overall development of the child, Good Autism Practice, 2: 32-45.
MacLeod, A. (1999) The Birmingham community support scheme for adults with Asperger syndrome, Autism: the International Journal of Research and Practice, 3: 177-192.
MacLeod, A., Ellis, L., Lear, C., Kourti, M., Searle, K., Duckworth, C., Irvine, D., Jones, H., King, M., Link, J. and Simpson, J. (2017) AuVision open-access online resource for higher education staff: https://auvisionsite.wordpress.com/
MacLeod, A., Foster, J. and Kourti, M.(2018) Autism&Uni resource for prospective and current autistic students at the University of Birmingham (Adapted from the Autism&Uni resource developed by Marc Fabri and team at Leeds Beckett University).
Guldberg, K., Jones, G., Waltz, M., MacLeod, A. and Plimley, L. (2009) DCSF web-based and DVD resource for all early years settings, Launched as part of the Inclusion Development Programme in March/April 2009.
Jones, G., Guldberg, K., Waltz, M., MacLeod, A. and Plimley, L. (2009) DCSF web-based and DVD resource for all primary and secondary mainstream schools, Launched as part of the Inclusion Development Programme in March/April 2009.
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