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Wass, S.V., Smith, T.J. & Johnson, M.H. (2012). Parsing eyetracking data to provide accurate fixation duration estimates in infants and adults. Behavior Research Methods. DOI 10.3758/s13428-012-0245-6 pdf / scripts for download / sample processed files
Wass., S.V.
, Scerif, G. & Johnson, M.H. (2012). Training attentional control and working memory - is younger, better?Developmental Review 32 (4), 360–387pdf
Wass, S.V.
, Porayska-Pomsta, K. & Johnson, M.H. (2011). Training attentional control in infancy. Current Biology 21 (18), 1543-1547. pdf / supp mat / press: Telegraph (UK), Science Daily (US), ABC News (US), Speigel (Germany),Telegraph (India).
Wass, S.V.
 Distortions and disconnections: disrupted brain connectivity in autism. (2011). Brain and Cognition 75(1), 18-28. pdf
Porayksa-Pomsta, K., Frauenberger, C., Wass., S.V. et al. (2011). Developing technology for autism, an interdisciplinary approach. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 16 (2), 117-127.
Wass, S.V.
, Karmiloff-Smith, A. (2010). The missing developmental dimension in the network perspective. Behavioral andBrain Sciences, 33 : 175-176. pdf
Wass, S.V.
 & Porayska-Pomsta, K. The uses of didactic and cognitive training technologies in the behavioral treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Manuscript under review. pdf
Wass, S.V.
, Smith, T.J. & Johnson, M.H. Factors influencing fixation durations during unconstrained orienting in infancy. Manuscript under review.

Curriculum vitae

1997-1999 BA/MA in Experimental Psychology at Oxford University
 (First Class Honours, top 5 in year group)
1999-2009 Worked outside academia, directing opera on mainland Europe
 (including work at opera houses in Berlin, Vienna, Bregenz, Geneva, Nuremberg)
2009-2011 PhD at Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development and London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education. 
Bloomsbury Scholarship. Supervisors: Prof Mark Johnson (CBCD) and Dr Kaska Porayska-Pomsta (IoE).
2011-2012 Post-doctoral researcher at Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, London. 
Supervisor: Prof Mark Johnson.
2013-2016 - British Academy Post-doctoral Research Fellow