Angie M. Johnston

University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, United States 
"Angie Johnston"


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Laurie Santos grad student 2012-2018 Yale (Neurotree)


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Asheley R. Landrum collaborator 2007-2012 UT Dallas
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Johnston AM, Arre AM, Bogese MJ, et al. (2021) How do communicative cues shape the way that dogs (Canis familiaris) encode objects? Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983). 135: 534-544
Johnston AM, Chang LW, Wharton K, et al. (2021) Dogs (Canis familiaris) prioritize independent exploration over looking back. Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983). 135: 370-381
Pelgrim MH, Espinosa J, Tecwyn EC, et al. (2021) What's the point? Domestic dogs' sensitivity to the accuracy of human informants. Animal Cognition
Royka AL, Johnston AM, Santos LR. (2020) Metacognition in canids: A comparison of dogs (Canis familiaris) and dingoes (Canis dingo). Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983). 134: 303-317
Silver ZA, Furlong EE, Johnston AM, et al. (2020) Training differences predict dogs' (Canis lupus familiaris) preferences for prosocial others. Animal Cognition
Rottman J, Johnston AM, Bierhoff S, et al. (2020) In sickness and in filth: Developing a disdain for dirty people. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 196: 104858
Johnston AM, Sheskin M, Keil FC. (2019) Learning the Relevance of Relevance and the Trouble with Truth: Evaluating Explanatory Relevance across Childhood Journal of Cognition and Development. 20: 555-572
Johnston AM, Huang Y, Santos LR. (2018) Dogs do not demonstrate a human-like bias to defer to communicative cues. Learning & Behavior
Johnston AM, Byrne M, Santos LR. (2017) What is unique about shared reality? Insights from a new comparison species. Current Opinion in Psychology. 23: 30-33
Johnston AM, Sheskin M, Johnson SG, et al. (2017) Preferences for Explanation Generality Develop Early in Biology But Not Physics. Child Development
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