Candice Mills
Candice Mills
Professor of Psychology, The University of Texas at Dallas
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Knowing when to doubt: Developing a critical stance when learning from others.
CM Mills
Developmental psychology 49 (3), 404, 2013
When do children trust the expert? Benevolence information influences children's trust more than expertise
AR Landrum, CM Mills, AM Johnston
Developmental science 16 (4), 622-638, 2013
Knowing the limits of one’s understanding: The development of an awareness of an illusion of explanatory depth
CM Mills, FC Keil
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 87 (1), 1-32, 2004
The development of cynicism
CM Mills, FC Keil
Psychological Science 16 (5), 385-390, 2005
Determining who to question, what to ask, and how much information to ask for: The development of inquiry in young children
CM Mills, CH Legare, MG Grant, AR Landrum
Journal of experimental child psychology 110 (4), 539-560, 2011
Preschoolers use questions as a tool to acquire knowledge from different sources
CM Mills, CH Legare, M Bills, C Mejias
Journal of Cognition and Development 11 (4), 533-560, 2010
The use of questions as problem-solving strategies during early childhood
CH Legare, CM Mills, AL Souza, LE Plummer, R Yasskin
Journal of experimental child psychology 114 (1), 63-76, 2013
Do children trust based on group membership or prior accuracy? The role of novel group membership in children’s trust decisions
FB Elashi, CM Mills
Journal of experimental child psychology 128, 88-104, 2014
Online developmental science to foster innovation, access, and impact
M Sheskin, K Scott, CM Mills, E Bergelson, E Bonawitz, ES Spelke, ...
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 24 (9), 675-678, 2020
How do children weigh competence and benevolence when deciding whom to trust?
AM Johnston, CM Mills, AR Landrum
Cognition 144, 76-90, 2015
Children's developing notions of (im) partiality
CM Mills, FC Keil
Cognition 107 (2), 528-551, 2008
Biased decision‐making: developing an understanding of how positive and negative relationships may skew judgments
CM Mills, MG Grant
Developmental science 12 (5), 784-797, 2009
Children’s skepticism: Developmental and individual differences in children’s ability to detect and explain distorted claims
CM Mills, FB Elashi
Journal of experimental child psychology 124, 1-17, 2014
How familiar characters influence children’s judgments about information and products
JH Danovitch, CM Mills
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 128, 1-20, 2014
What lies beneath? Understanding the limits of understanding
F Keil, L Rozenblit, C Mills
Thinking and seeing: Visual metacognition in adults and children, 227-249, 2004
“I Want to Know More!”: Children Are Sensitive to Explanation Quality When Exploring New Information
CM Mills, KR Sands, SP Rowles, IL Campbell
Cognitive science 43 (1), e12706, 2019
Children’s success at detecting circular explanations and their interest in future learning
CM Mills, JH Danovitch, SP Rowles, IL Campbell
Psychonomic bulletin & review 24 (5), 1465-1477, 2017
Inducing Knowledgeability From Niceness: Children Use Social Features for Making Epistemic Inferences
AR Landrum, AD Pflaum, CM Mills
Journal of Cognition and Development 17 (5), 699-717, 2016
Developing expectations regarding the boundaries of expertise
AR Landrum, CM Mills
Cognition 134, 215-231, 2015
Children's explanations of the intentions underlying others' behaviour
MG Grant, CM Mills
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 29 (3), 504-523, 2011
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