Kimberly E. Vanderbilt, Ph.D.

2013 Psychology University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Gail D. Heyman grad student 2013 UCSD
 (The Development and Understanding of Selective Trust in Preschool Children.)
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Vanderbilt KE, Rizzo MT, Blankenship J. (2022) Preschoolers selectively trust and selectively share with others based on their past accuracy and intentions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 228: 105610
Vanderbilt KE, Andreason C. (2022) The influence of popular media characters on children's object choices. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology
Rizzo MT, Elenbaas L, Vanderbilt KE. (2018) Do Children Distinguish Between Resource Inequalities With Individual Versus Structural Origins? Child Development
Vanderbilt KE, Ochoa KD, Heilbrun J. (2018) Consider the source: Children link the accuracy of text-based sources to the accuracy of the author. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology
Vanderbilt KE, Heyman GD, Liu D. (2018) Young children show more vigilance against individuals with poor knowledge than those with antisocial motives Infant and Child Development. 27: e2078
Vanderbilt KE, Heyman GD, Liu D. (2014) In the absence of conflicting testimony young children trust inaccurate informants. Developmental Science. 17: 443-51
Liu D, Vanderbilt KE, Heyman GD. (2013) Selective trust: children's use of intention and outcome of past testimony. Developmental Psychology. 49: 439-45
Heyman GD, Sritanyaratana L, Vanderbilt KE. (2013) Young children's trust in overtly misleading advice. Cognitive Science. 37: 646-67
Vanderbilt KE, Liu D, Heyman GD. (2011) The development of distrust. Child Development. 82: 1372-80
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