Thomas Hills
Thomas Hills
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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
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
Animal foraging and the evolution of goal‐directed cognition
TT Hills
Cognitive science 30 (1), 3-41, 2006
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
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 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
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 Lvy 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
Cognitive search: Evolution, algorithms, and the brain
PM Todd, TT Hills, TW Robbins
MIT press, 2012
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
The frequentist implications of optional stopping on Bayesian hypothesis tests
AN Sanborn, TT Hills
Psychonomic bulletin & review 21 (2), 283-300, 2014
Population heterogeneity and individual differences in an assortative agent-based marriage and divorce model (MADAM) using search with relaxing expectations
T Hills, P Todd
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 11 (4), 5, 2008
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