Sam Wass
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Distortions and disconnections: disrupted brain connectivity in autism
S Wass
Brain and cognition 75 (1), 18-28, 2011
Training attentional control and working memory–Is younger, better?
SV Wass, G Scerif, MH Johnson
Developmental Review 32 (4), 360-387, 2012
Training attentional control in infancy
S Wass, K Porayska-Pomsta, MH Johnson
Current biology 21 (18), 1543-1547, 2011
Developing technology for autism: an interdisciplinary approach
K Porayska-Pomsta, C Frauenberger, H Pain, G Rajendran, T Smith, ...
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 16 (2), 117-127, 2012
Parsing eye-tracking data of variable quality to provide accurate fixation duration estimates in infants and adults
SV Wass, TJ Smith, MH Johnson
Behavior Research Methods 45 (1), 229-250, 2013
The uses of cognitive training technologies in the treatment of autism spectrum disorders
SV Wass, K Porayska-Pomsta
Autism 18 (8), 851-871, 2014
Speaker gaze increases information coupling between infant and adult brains
V Leong, E Byrne, K Clackson, S Georgieva, S Lam, S Wass
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (50), 13290-13295, 2017
Robustness and precision: How data quality may influence key dependent variables in infant eye‐tracker analyses
SV Wass, L Forssman, J Leppänen
Infancy 19 (5), 427-460, 2014
Individual differences in infant oculomotor behavior during the viewing of complex naturalistic scenes
SV Wass, TJ Smith
Infancy 19 (4), 352-384, 2014
Applying cognitive training to target executive functions during early development
SV Wass
Child Neuropsychology 21 (2), 150-166, 2015
Shorter spontaneous fixation durations in infants with later emerging autism
SV Wass, EJH Jones, T Gliga, TJ Smith, T Charman, MH Johnson, ...
Scientific Reports 5, 8284, 2015
Widely applicable MATLAB routines for automated analysis of saccadic reaction times
JM Leppänen, L Forssman, J Kaatiala, S Yrttiaho, S Wass
Behavior Research Methods 47 (2), 538-548, 2015
Infant attention is dynamically modulated with changing arousal levels
K de Barbaro, K Clackson, SV Wass
Child development 88 (2), 629-639, 2017
Tonic and phasic co-variation of peripheral arousal indices in infants
SV Wass, K de Barbaro, K Clackson
Biological Psychology 111, 26-39, 2015
Parental neural responsivity to infants’ visual attention: how mature brains influence immature brains during social interaction
SV Wass, V Noreika, S Georgieva, K Clackson, L Brightman, R Nutbrown, ...
PLoS biology 16 (12), 2018
Comparing methods for measuring peak look duration: Are individual differences observed on screen-based tasks also found in more ecologically valid contexts?
SV Wass
Infant Behavior and Development 37 (3), 315-325, 2014
Visual motherese? Signal‐to‐noise ratios in toddler‐directed television
SV Wass, TJ Smith
Developmental science 18 (1), 24-37, 2015
First evidence of the feasibility of gaze-contingent attention training for school children with autism
G Powell, SV Wass, JT Erichsen, SR Leekam
Autism 20 (8), 927-937, 2016
Infants' visual sustained attention is higher during joint play than solo play: is this due to increased endogenous attention control or exogenous stimulus capture?
SV Wass, K Clackson, SD Georgieva, L Brightman, R Nutbrown, V Leong
Developmental science 21 (6), e12667, 2018
Attention training for infants at familial risk of ADHD (INTERSTAARS): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
A Goodwin, S Salomone, P Bolton, T Charman, EJH Jones, A Pickles, ...
Trials 17 (1), 608, 2016
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