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2012

Hills, Thomas and Pachur, Thorsten. (2012) Dynamic search and working memory in social recall. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 38 (1). pp. 218-228.

2011

Hills, Thomas and Hertwig, Ralph. (2011) Why aren’t we smarter already: Evolutionary trade-offs and cognitive enhancements. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 20 (6). pp. 373-377.

2010

Hills, T.. (2010) Investigating mathematical search behavior and problem solving using network analyses. In: Modeling Students' Mathematical Competencies. New York, NY [u.a.], S. 571-581.

Kalff, C. and Wiener, J. and Hills, T.. (2010) Human foraging behavior : a virtual reality investigation on area restricted search in humans. In: Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, S. 168-173.

Beckage, N. and Hills, T. and Smith, L.. (2010) Semantic network connectivity is related to vocabulary growth rate in children. In: Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, S. 2769-2774.

Day, S. and Hills, T. and Goldstone, R.. (2010) The effects of similarity and individual differences on comparison and transfer. In: Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, S. 465-470.

2009

Hills, T. and Maoune, J. and Sheya, A. and Maoune, M. and Smith, L.. (2009) Categorial structure among shared features in networks of early-learned nouns. Cognition, Vol. 112, H. 3. S. 381-396.

Hills, T. and Maoune, J. and Sheya, A. and Maoune, M. and Smith, L.. (2009) Longitudinal analysis of early semantic networks : preferential attachment or preferential acquisition? Psychological Science, Vol. 20, H. 6. S. 729-739.

Hills, T. and Maouene, J. and Riordan, B. and Smith, L.. (2009) Contextual diversity and the associative structure of adult language in early word learning. In: Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, S. 2118-2123.

Hills, T. and Todd, P. and Jones, M.. (2009) Optimal foraging in semantic memory. In: Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, S. 620-625.

2008

Hills, T. and Todd, P. and Goldstone, R.. (2008) Search in external and internal spaces : evidence for generalized cognitive search processes. Psychological Science, Vol. 19, H. 8. S. 802-808.

Hills, T. and Goldstone, R. and Todd, P.. (2008) Evidence for generalized cognitive search processes at multiple levels in a hierarchical problem solving task. In: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, S. 843.

Hills, T. and Maoune, J. and Sheya, A. and Maoune, M. and Smith, L.. (2008) Categorical structure in early semantic networks of nouns. In: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, S. 161-166.

Hills, T. and Maoune, J. and Sheya, A. and Maoune, M. and Smith, L.. (2008) Is there preferential attachment in the growth of early semantic noun networks? In: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, S. 155-160.

Hills, T. and Todd, P.. (2008) Population heterogeneity and individual differences in an agent-based marriage and divorce model (MADAM) using search with relaxing expectations. Journal of artificial societies and social simulation, Vol. 11, H. 4. S. 9.

2007

Hills, T.. (2007) Is constructivism risky? : social risk-taking, classroom participation, competitive game play, and constructivist preferences in teacher development. Teacher development, Vol. 11. S. 335-352.

Hills, T. and Hurford, A. and Stroup, W. and Lesh, R.. (2007) Formalizing learning as a complex system : scale invariant power law distributions in group and individual decision making. In: Foundations for the Future in Mathematics Education. Mahwah, NJ, S. 224-244.

Hills, T. and Todd, P. and Goldstone, R.. (2007) Priming and conservation between spatial and cognitive search. In: Proceedings of the 29th Annual Cognitive Science Society. Austin, S. 359-364.

2006

Hills, T.. (2006) Animal foraging and the evolution of goal-directed cognition. Cognitive science, Vol. 30, Nr. 1. S. 3-41.

2004

Hills, T. and Brockie, P. and Maricq, A.. (2004) Dopamine and glutamate control area-restricted search behavior in Caenorhabditis elegans. Journal of neuroscience, Vol. 24, H. 5. S. 1217-1225.

2003

Hills, T.. (2003) Towards a unified theory of animal event timing. In: Functional and neural mechanisms of interval timing. Boca Raton, FL, S. 77-111.

2002

Hills, T. and Adler, F.. (2002) Time’s crooked arrow : optimal foraging and rate-biased time perception. Animal behaviour, Vol. 64. S. 617-630.

2001

Brockie, P. and Mellem, J. and Hills, T. and Madsen, D. and Maricq, A.. (2001) The C. elegans glutamate receptor subunit NMR-1 is required for slow NMDA-activated currents that regulate reversal frequency during locomotion. Neuron, Vol. 31, H. 4. S. 617-630.

1997

Glendinning, J. and Hills, T.. (1997) Electrophysiological evidence for two transduction pathways within a bitter-sensitive taste receptor. Journal of Neurophysiology, Vol. 78, H. 2. S. 734-745.