Angie M. Johnston
Angie M. Johnston
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Boston College
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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
How do children weigh competence and benevolence when deciding whom to trust?
AM Johnston, CM Mills, AR Landrum
Cognition 144, 76-90, 2015
Enhancing the selection and performance of working dogs
EE Bray, CM Otto, MAR Udell, NJ Hall, AM Johnston, EL MacLean
Frontiers in veterinary science 8, 644431, 2021
Exploring the evolutionary origins of overimitation: A comparison across domesticated and non‐domesticated canids
AM Johnston, PC Holden, LR Santos
Developmental science 20 (4), e12460, 2017
Little Bayesians or little Einsteins? Probability and explanatory virtue in children's inferences
AM Johnston, SGB Johnson, ML Koven, FC Keil
Developmental science 20 (6), e12483, 2017
Working dog training for the twenty-first century
NJ Hall, AM Johnston, EE Bray, CM Otto, EL MacLean, MAR Udell
Frontiers in veterinary science 8, 646022, 2021
Uncovering the origins of dog–human eye contact: dingoes establish eye contact more than wolves, but less than dogs
AM Johnston, C Turrin, L Watson, AM Arre, LR Santos
Animal Behaviour 133, 123-129, 2017
Explanatory scope informs causal strength inferences
S Johnson, A Johnston, A Toig, F Keil
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
Preferences for explanation generality develop early in biology but not physics
AM Johnston, M Sheskin, SGB Johnson, FC Keil
Child Development 89 (4), 1110-1119, 2018
In sickness and in filth: Developing a disdain for dirty people
J Rottman, AM Johnston, S Bierhoff, T Pelletier, AD Grigoreva, J Benitez
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 196, 104858, 2020
What’s the point? Domestic dogs’ sensitivity to the accuracy of human informants
MH Pelgrim, J Espinosa, EC Tecwyn, SMK Marton, A Johnston, ...
Animal cognition 24, 281-297, 2021
Learning the relevance of relevance and the trouble with truth: Evaluating explanatory relevance across childhood
AM Johnston, M Sheskin, FC Keil
Journal of Cognition and Development 20 (4), 555-572, 2019
Another way to learn about teaching: What dogs can tell us about the evolution of pedagogy
AM Johnston, K McAuliffe, LR Santos
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 38, e44, 2015
Training differences predict dogs' (Canis lupus familiaris) preferences for prosocial others
ZA Silver, EE Furlong, AM Johnston, LR Santos
Animal cognition 24, 75-83, 2021
Dogs do not demonstrate a human-like bias to defer to communicative cues
AM Johnston, Y Huang, LR Santos
Learning & behavior 46 (4), 449-461, 2018
What is unique about shared reality? Insights from a new comparison species
AM Johnston, M Byrne, LR Santos
Current Opinion in Psychology 23, 30-33, 2018
Metacognition in canids: A comparison of dogs (Canis familiaris) and dingoes (Canis dingo).
AL Royka, AM Johnston, LR Santos
Journal of Comparative Psychology 134 (3), 303, 2020
Probabilistic Versus Heuristic Accounts of Explanation in Children: Evidence from a Latent Scope Bias.
A Johnston, SGB Johnson, M Koven, F Keil
CogSci, 2015
Working dog training for the twenty-first century. Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 8, 646022
NJ Hall, AM Johnston, EE Bray, CM Otto, EL MacLean, M Udell
Evidence for win-stay-lose-shift in puppies and adult dogs.
M Byrne, E Bray, E Maclean, A Johnston
CogSci, 2020
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