Candice M. Mills, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Behavioral and Brain Sciences University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, United States 
Area:
Social Cognitive Development
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Frank C. Keil grad student 2000-2005 Yale
 (The development of a critical stance: How children come to evaluate the quality of information conveyed by others.)

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Audon Archibald research assistant
Ian L. Campbell grad student UT Dallas
Meridith G. Grant grad student 2011 UT Dallas
Fadwa B. Elashi grad student 2007-2013 UT Dallas
Asheley R. Landrum grad student 2009-2013 UT Dallas
Amelia D Pflaum grad student 2012-2014 UT Dallas
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Sheskin M, Scott K, Mills CM, et al. (2020) Online Developmental Science to Foster Innovation, Access, and Impact. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Mills CM, Sands KR, Rowles SP, et al. (2019) "I Want to Know More!": Children Are Sensitive to Explanation Quality When Exploring New Information. Cognitive Science. 43
Rowles SP, Mills CM. (2019) "Is it worth my time and effort?": How children selectively gather information from experts when faced with different kinds of costs. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 179: 308-323
Danovitch JH, Mills CM. (2017) The influence of familiar characters and other appealing images on young children's preference for low-quality objects. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology
Mills CM, Danovitch JH, Rowles SP, et al. (2017) Children's success at detecting circular explanations and their interest in future learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Mills CM, Landrum AR. (2016) Learning Who Knows What: Children Adjust Their Inquiry to Gather Information from Others. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 951
Elashi FB, Mills CM. (2015) Developing the Bias Blind Spot: Increasing Skepticism towards Others. Plos One. 10: e0141809
Johnston AM, Mills CM, Landrum AR. (2015) How do children weigh competence and benevolence when deciding whom to trust? Cognition. 144: 76-90
Landrum AR, Mills CM. (2015) Developing expectations regarding the boundaries of expertise. Cognition. 134: 215-31
Johnston AM, Mills CM, Landrum AR. (2015) How do children weigh competence and benevolence when deciding whom to trust? Cognition. 144: 76-90
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