Publications

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Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2018
Zedelius CM, Mills C, Schooler JW.  2018.  Beyond subjective judgments: Predicting evaluations of creative writing from computational linguistic features. Behavior Research Methods.
Schooler J., Baumgart S., Franklin M.  2018.  Entertaining Without Endorsing: The Case for the Scientific Investigation of Anomalous Cognition. Psychology of Consciousness. 5(1):63-77.
Laukkonen RE, Schooler JW, Tangen JM.  2018.  The Eureka Heuristic: Relying on insight to appraise the quality of ideas . PsyArxiv.
Mrazek AJ, Ihm ED, Molden D.C., Mrazek M.D., Zedelius C.M, Schooler J.W.  2018.  Expanding minds: Growth mindsets of self-regulation and the influences on effort and perseverance. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 79:164-180.
Seli P, Kane M.J, Metzinger T., Smallwood J, Schacter D.L, Maillet D., Schooler J, Smilek D.  2018.  The Family-Resemblances Framework for Mind-Wandering Remains Well Clad.. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 22(11):959-961.
Zedelius C.M., Gross M.E., Schooler J.W..  2018.  Mind Wandering: More Than a Bad Habit. The psychology of habit: Theory, mechanisms, change, and contexts. :363-378.
Seli P, Kane MJ, Smallwood J, Schacter DL, Maillet D, Schooler JW, Smilek D.  2018.  Mind-Wandering as a Natural Kind: A Family-Resemblances View.. Trends Cogn Sci. 22(6):479-490.
Zedelius C.M., Schooler J.W..  2018.  Unraveling what's on our minds: How different types of mind-wandering affect cognition and behavior. The Oxford Handbook of Spontaneous Thought: Mind-Wandering, Creativity, and Dreaming. :233-247.
2017
Protzko J., Schooler J.W..  2017.  Decline Effects: Types, Mechanisms, and Personal Reflections. Psychological Science Under Scrutiny. :85-107.
Gil-Jardiné C, Née M, Lagarde E, Schooler J, Contrand B, Orriols L, Galera C.  2017.  The distracted mind on the wheel: Overall propensity to mind wandering is associated with road crash responsibility.. PLoS One. 12(8)
Mooneyham BW, Mrazek MD, Mrazek AJ, Mrazek KL, Ihm ED, Schooler JW.  2017.  An integrated assessment of changes in brain structure and function of the insula resulting from an intensive mindfulness-based intervention. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement. 1(3):327-336.
Seli P, Ralph BCW, Risko EF, Schooler JW, Schacter DL, Smilek D.  2017.  Intentionality and meta-awareness of mind wandering: Are they one and the same, or distinct dimensions? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 24(6):1808-1818.
Bastian M., S. L, V. A, Franklin M.S., Schooler J.W., Sackur J..  2017.  Language facilitates introspection: verbal mind-wandering has privileged access to consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition. 49:86-97.
Zedelius C.M, Schooler J.W.  2017.  Lay theories about spontaneous stimulus-unrelated thoughts.. Lay Theories—How Beliefs Shape our Cognition, Behavior, and Health. :71-93.
Mrazek M.D., Zedelius C.M., Gross M.E., Mrazek A.J., Phillips D.T, Schooler J.W..  2017.  Mindfulness in education: Enhancing academic achievement and student well-being by reducing mind-wandering. Mindfulness in Social Psychology. 1:139-152.
Protzko J., Schooler W..  2017.  No relationship between researcher successful productivity and replicability: an analysis of four studies with 79 replications. PsyArXiv.
Baumgart SL, Franklin MS, Jimbo HK, Su SJ, Schooler J.  2017.  Prediction of truly random future events using analysis of prestimulus electroencephalographic data. AIP Conference Proceedings.
Zedelius C.M, Müller B.CN, Schooler J.W.  2017.  The Science of Lay Theories: How Beliefs Shape Our Cognition, Behavior, and Health.
Zedelius C.M, Schooler J.W.  2017.  What Are People's Lay Theories About Mind Wandering and How Do Those Beliefs Affect Them. The Science of Lay Theories: How Beliefs Shape Our Cognition, Behavior, and Health. :71-93.

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