Thomas Hills
Thomas Hills
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Exploration versus exploitation in space, mind, and society
TT Hills, PM Todd, D Lazer, AD Redish, ID Couzin, CSR Group
Trends in cognitive sciences, 2015
Dopamine and glutamate control area-restricted search behavior in Caenorhabditis elegans
T Hills, PJ Brockie, AV Maricq
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (5), 1217-1225, 2004
Optimal foraging in semantic memory.
TT Hills, MN Jones, PM Todd
Psychological review 119 (2), 431, 2012
Animal foraging and the evolution of goal‐directed cognition
TT Hills
Cognitive science 30 (1), 3-41, 2006
Longitudinal analysis of early semantic networks: Preferential attachment or preferential acquisition?
TT Hills, M Maouene, J Maouene, A Sheya, L Smith
Psychological science 20 (6), 729-739, 2009
The C. elegans glutamate receptor subunit NMR-1 is required for slow NMDA-activated currents that regulate reversal frequency during locomotion
PJ Brockie, JE Mellem, T Hills, DM Madsen, AV Maricq
Neuron 31 (4), 617-630, 2001
The associative structure of language: Contextual diversity in early word learning
TT Hills, J Maouene, B Riordan, LB Smith
Journal of memory and language 63 (3), 259-273, 2010
Small worlds and semantic network growth in typical and late talkers
N Beckage, L Smith, T Hills
PloS one 6 (5), e19348, 2011
Information search in decisions from experience: Do our patterns of sampling foreshadow our decisions?
TT Hills, R Hertwig
Psychological science 21 (12), 1787-1792, 2010
Search in external and internal spaces: Evidence for generalized cognitive search processes
TT Hills, PM Todd, RL Goldstone
Psychological Science 19 (8), 802-808, 2008
The central executive as a search process: priming exploration and exploitation across domains.
TT Hills, PM Todd, RL Goldstone
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 139 (4), 590, 2010
The dark side of information proliferation
TT Hills
Perspectives on Psychological Science 14 (3), 323-330, 2019
Categorical structure among shared features in networks of early-learned nouns
TT Hills, M Maouene, J Maouene, A Sheya, L Smith
Cognition 112 (3), 381-396, 2009
Adaptive Lévy processes and area-restricted search in human foraging
TT Hills, C Kalff, JM Wiener
PLoS One 8 (4), e60488, 2013
Electrophysiological evidence for two transduction pathways within a bitter-sensitive taste receptor
JI Glendinning, TT Hills
Journal of Neurophysiology 78 (2), 734-745, 1997
From foraging to autonoetic consciousness: The primal self as a consequence of embodied prospective foraging
TT Hills, S Butterfill
Current Zoology 61 (2), 368-381, 2015
Recent evolution of learnability in American English from 1800 to 2000
TT Hills, JS Adelman
Cognition 143, 87-92, 2015
The frequentist implications of optional stopping on Bayesian hypothesis tests
AN Sanborn, TT Hills
Psychonomic bulletin & review 21 (2), 283-300, 2014
The company that words keep: comparing the statistical structure of child-versus adult-directed language
T Hills
Journal of child language 40 (3), 586-604, 2013
New perspectives on the aging lexicon
DU Wulff, S De Deyne, MN Jones, R Mata, Aging Lexicon Consortium
Trends in cognitive sciences 23 (8), 686-698, 2019
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