Kimberly Vanderbilt
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The development of distrust
KE Vanderbilt, D Liu, GD Heyman
Child development 82 (5), 1372-1380, 2011
In the absence of conflicting testimony young children trust inaccurate informants
KE Vanderbilt, GD Heyman, D Liu
Developmental Science 17 (3), 443-451, 2014
Selective trust: Children's use of intention and outcome of past testimony.
D Liu, KE Vanderbilt, GD Heyman
Developmental psychology 49 (3), 439, 2013
Young children's trust in overtly misleading advice
GD Heyman, L Sritanyaratana, KE Vanderbilt
Cognitive Science 37 (4), 646-667, 2013
Do children distinguish between resource inequalities with individual versus structural origins?
MT Rizzo, L Elenbaas, KE Vanderbilt
Child Development 91 (2), 439-455, 2020
Young children show more vigilance against individuals with poor knowledge than those with antisocial motives
KE Vanderbilt, GD Heyman, D Liu
Infant and Child Development 27 (3), e2078, 2018
Consider the source: Children link the accuracy of text‐based sources to the accuracy of the author
KE Vanderbilt, KD Ochoa, J Heilbrun
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 36 (4), 634-651, 2018
Children learn from and about variability between people
D Liu, KE Vanderbilt
Navigating the social world: What infants, children, and other species can …, 2013
Preschoolers selectively trust and selectively share with others based on their past accuracy and intentions
KE Vanderbilt, MT Rizzo, J Blankenship
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 228, 105610, 2023
The influence of popular media characters on children's object choices
KE Vanderbilt, C Andreason
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 41 (1), 1-12, 2023
The Development and Understanding of Selective Trust in Preschool Children
KE Vanderbilt
University of California, San Diego, 2013
Child Development, in press
MT Rizzo, L Elenbaas, KE Vanderbilt
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