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Creswell K.G., Sayette M.A., Skrzynski C.J., Wright A.G.C., Schooler J.W., Sehic E.  2019.  Assessing cigarette craving with a squeeze. Clinical Psychological Science. :1-15.
Zedelius C.M., Mills C., Schooler J.W.  2019.  Beyond subjective judgments: Predicting evaluations of creative writing from computational linguistic features.. Behav Res Methods. 51(2):879-894.
Turnbul A., Schooler J.W., Wang H., Jefferies E., Margulies D.S., Smallwood J.  2019.  The ebb and flow of attention: Between-subject variation in intrinsic connectivity and cognition associated with the dynamics of ongoing experience. NeuroImage. 185:286-299.
Mrazek A.J., Mrazek M.D, Cherolini C.M., Cloughesy J.N., Cynman D.J., Gougis L.J., Landry A.P., Reese J.V., Schooler J.W..  2019.  The Future of Mindfulness Training is Digital, and the Future is Now. Current Opinion in Psychology. 28:81-86.
Protzko J., Schooler J.W..  2019.  Kids these days: Why the youth of today seem lacking.
Dunne J.D., Thompson E., Schooler J.  2019.  Mindful meta-awareness: sustained and non-propositional.. Curr Opin Psychol. 28:307-311.
Dunne J.D., Thompson E., Schooler J.W..  2019.  Mindful meta-awareness: sustained and non-propositional. Mindfulness.
Mrazek A.J., Mrazek M.D., Reese J.V., Kirk A.C., Gougis L.J., Delegard A.M., Cynman D.J., Cherolini C.M., Carr P.C., Schooler J.W..  2019.  Mindfulness-Based Attention Training: Feasibility and Preliminary Outcomes of a Digital Course for High School Students. Education Sciences. 9(3):230-241.
Gross M.E., Araujo D.B., Zedelius C.M., Schooler J.W..  2019.  Is perception the missing link between creativity, curiosity and schizotypy? Evidence from spontaneous eye-movements and responses to auditory oddball stimuli. NeuroImage. 202:116-125.
Protzko J., Zedelius C.M., Schooler J.W..  2019.  Rushing to Appear Virtuous: Time Pressure Increases Socially Desirable Responding. Psychological Science.
Gable S.L, Hopper E.A, Schooler J.W.  2019.  When the Muses Strike: Creative Ideas of Physicists and Writers Routinely Occur During Mind Wandering. Psychological Science. 30(3):396-404.

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