Dr Sam Wass

One Of Three Expert Psychologists From The Secret Life Of Four Year Olds

Dr Sam Wass is an expert psychology and research scientist he specialises in stress and concentration in children. He is famous for appearing on Channel 4’s Secret Lives of Four Year Olds. Sam’s research is focused on developing new ways to assess and train attention during early childhood. He works with children whose family may have a history of Autism, ADHD and other generic disorders such as Rett Syndrome a rare genetic disorder that affects brain development.

He gained a first-class undergraduate degree in Experimental Psychology at high profile Oxford University. He spent his early twenties working as an opera director, traveling worldwide. He then went on to complete his PhD at the Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, in Birkbeck, London and his postdoctoral research was completed in Cambridge at the Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit.

He is currently based at the University of East London and at Cambridge University’s.

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“Asking Dr Sam Wass to be keynote speaker at each of our four Annual Conferences was one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. Absolutely every delegate raved about his presentation. These were experienced teachers of young children who were blown away by the science and research Sam presented so powerfully. Absolutely spot on the brief, Sam covered a huge amount of information in the most engaging way, keeping a huge audience gripped for the whole morning – it was intense yet good humoured. With authority and humility in equal measure, Sam was the ideal speaker for this knowledgeable audience. And if that wasn’t enough he then, generously, spent his entire lunchtimes talking to individuals, posing for selfies and signing books.” – Lynda, Early Excellence