Ailsa Elizabeth Millen
Ailsa Elizabeth Millen
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Social learning mechanisms and cumulative cultural evolution: is imitation necessary?
CA Caldwell, AE Millen
Psychological Science 20 (12), 1478-1483, 2009
2332009
Experimental models for testing hypotheses about cumulative cultural evolution
CA Caldwell, AE Millen
Evolution and Human Behavior 29 (3), 165-171, 2008
1862008
Studying cumulative cultural evolution in the laboratory
CA Caldwell, AE Millen
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
1122008
Human cumulative culture in the laboratory: effects of (micro) population size
CA Caldwell, AE Millen
Learning & Behavior 38 (3), 310-318, 2010
882010
Neither infants nor toddlers catch yawns from their mothers
A Millen, JR Anderson
Biology letters 7 (3), 440-442, 2011
462011
Are two interviews better than one? Eyewitness memory across repeated cognitive interviews
G Odinot, A Memon, D La Rooy, A Millen
PLoS One 8 (10), e76305, 2013
412013
Conservatism in laboratory microsocieties: unpredictable payoffs accentuate group-specific traditions
CA Caldwell, AE Millen
Evolution and human behavior 31 (2), 123-130, 2010
322010
Tracking the truth: the effect of face familiarity on eye fixations during deception
AE Millen, L Hope, AP Hillstrom, A Vrij
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (5), 930-943, 2017
192017
Many Labs 5: Testing pre-data-collection peer review as an intervention to increase replicability
CR Ebersole, MB Mathur, E Baranski, DJ Bart-Plange, NR Buttrick, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (3), 309-331, 2020
142020
Registered Replication Report on Fischer, Castel, Dodd, and Pratt (2003)
LJ Colling, D Szűcs, D De Marco, K Cipora, R Ulrich, HC Nuerk, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (2), 143-162, 2020
112020
A multilab registered replication of the attentional SNARC effect.
LJ Colling, D Szűcs, D De Marco, K Cipora, R Ulrich, HC Nuerk, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 2020
62020
Eye see through you! Eye tracking unmasks concealed face recognition despite countermeasures
AE Millen, PJB Hancock
Cognitive research: principles and implications 4 (1), 1-14, 2019
42019
Many Labs 5: Registered Replication of Crosby, Monin, and Richardson (2008)
H Rabagliati, M Corley, B Dering, PJB Hancock, JPJ King, CA Levitan, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (3), 353-365, 2020
12020
Many Labs 5: Testing pre-data collection peer review as an intervention to increase replicability (results-blind manuscript)
CR Ebersole, M Mathur, E Baranski, DJ Bart-Plange, N Buttrick, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
12019
Eye spy a liar: assessing the utility of eye fixations and confidence judgments for detecting concealed recognition of faces, scenes and objects
AE Millen, L Hope, AP Hillstrom
Cognitive research: principles and implications 5 (1), 1-18, 2020
2020
Many Labs 5: Registered Replication Report of Crosby, Monin & Richardson (2008)
H Rabagliati, M Corley, B Dering, PJB Hancock, J King, CA Levitan, J Loy, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 2019
2019
" Tracking the truth: The effect of face familiarity on eye fixations during deception": Corrigendum.
AE Millen, L Hope, AP Hillstrom, A Vrij
Taylor & Francis, 2017
2017
Eye spy a liar: the effect of deception on fixation-based measures of memory
AE Millen
University of Portsmouth, 2015
2015
A Novel Behavioural Test For Detecting Concealed Face Recognition
AE Millen, PJB Hancock
Measuring Behavior 2018, 0
CIT meeting in Fukuyama: Verification of new indices on CIT
S Hira, I Furumitsu, A Osugi, K Kobayashi, R Orthey, AE Millen, ...
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