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Journal Article (91)

  1. Journal Article
    Smallwood, J.; Brown, K.; Baird, B.; Schooler, J. W.: Cooperation between the default mode network and the frontal-parietal network in the production of an internal train of thought. Brain Research 1428, pp. 60 - 70 (2012)
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    Smallwood, J.; O'Connor, R. C.: Imprisoned by the past: Unhappy moods lead to a retrospective bias to mind wandering. COGNITION & EMOTION 25 (8) (2011)
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    Baird, B.; Smallwood, J.; Schooler, J. W.: Back to the future: Autobiographical planning and the functionality of mind-wandering. Consciousness and Cognition 20 (4), pp. 1604 - 1611 (2011)
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    Smallwood, J.; Schooler, J. W.; Turk, D. J.; Cunningham, S. J.; Burns, P.; Macrae, C. N.: Self-reflection and the temporal focus of the wandering mind. Consciousness and Cognition 20 (4), pp. 1120 - 1126 (2011)
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    Mrazek, M. D.; Chin, J. M.; Schmader, T.; Hartson, K. A.; Smallwood, J.; Schooler, J. W.: Threatened to distraction: Mind-wandering as a consequence of stereotype threat. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (6), pp. 1243 - 1248 (2011)
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    Smallwood, J.; Mrazek, M. D.; Schooler, J. W.: Medicine for the wandering mind: Mind wandering in medical practice. Medical Education 45 (11), pp. 1072 - 1080 (2011)
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    Schooler, J. W.; Smallwood, J.; Christoff, K.; Handy, T. C.; Reichle, E. D.; Sayette, M. A.: Meta-awareness, perceptual decoupling and the wandering mind. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 15 (7), pp. 319 - 326 (2011)
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    Franklin, M. S.; Smallwood, J.; Schooler, J. W.: Catching the mind in flight: Using behavioral indices to detect mindless reading in real time. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 18 (5) (2011)
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    Barron, E.; Riby, L. M.; Greer, J.; Smallwood, J.: Absorbed in thought: The effect of mind wandering on the processing of relevant and irrelevant events. Psychological Science 22 (5), pp. 596 - 601 (2011)
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    Smallwood, J.; Brown, K. S.; Tipper, C.; Giesbrecht, B.; Franklin, M. S.; Mrazek, M. D.; Carlson, J. M.; Schooler, J. W.: Pupillometric evidence for the decoupling of attention from perceptual input during offline thought. PLoS One 6 (3) (2011)
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    Kam, J. W. Y.; Dao, E.; Farley, J.; Fitzpatrick, K.; Smallwood, J.; Schooler, J. W.; Handy, T. C.: Slow fluctuations in attentional control of sensory cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (2), pp. 460 - 470 (2011)
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    Smallwood, J.: Stimulus independence, social cognition and consciousness. Cognitive Neuroscience 2 (2), pp. 122 - 123 (2011)
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    Smallwood, J.: Mind-wandering while reading: Attentional decoupling, mindless reading and the cascade model of inattention. Language and Linguistics Compass 5 (2), pp. 63 - 77 (2011)
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    Smallwood, J.: The footprints of a wandering mind: Further examination of the time course of an attentional lapse. Cognitive Neuroscience 2 (2), pp. 91 - 97 (2011)
  15. Journal Article
    Smallwood, J.: Swept into superficiality [Review of book "The shallows" by Nicholas Carr]. Science 329 (5997), p. 1285 - 1285 (2010)
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    Smallwood, J.: Why the global availability of mind wandering necessitates resource competition: Reply to McVay and Kane. Psychological Bulletin 136 (2), pp. 202 - 207 (2010)
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    Riby, L. M.; Marriott, A.; Bullock, R.; Hancock, J.; Smallwood, J.; McLaughlin, J.: The effects of glucose ingestion and glucose regulation on memory performance in older adults with mild cognitive impairment. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 63 (4), pp. 566 - 571 (2009)
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    Smallwood, J.; Fitzgerald, A.; Miles, L. K.; Phillips, L. H.: Shifting moods, wandering minds: Negative moods lead the mind to wander. Emotion 9 (2), pp. 271 - 276 (2009)
  19. Journal Article
    Smallwood, J.; Nind, L.; O’Connor, R. C.: When is your head at? An exploration of the factors associated with the temporal focus of the wandering mind. Consciousness and Cognition 18 (1), pp. 118 - 125 (2009)
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    Christoff, K.; Gordon, A. M.; Smallwood, J.; Smith, R.; Schooler, J. W.: Experience sampling during fMRI reveals default network and executive system contributions to mind wandering. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106 (21), pp. 8719 - 8724 (2009)
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