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Conference Paper
Smith R, Keramatian K, Smallwood J, Schooler J, Luus B, Christoff K.  2006.  Mind-wandering with and without awareness: An fMRI study of spontaneous thought processes. Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (Sun R, ed.).
Journal Article
Baird B, Smallwood J, Schooler JW.  2011.  Back to the future: Autobiographical planning and the functionality of mind-wandering. Consciousness and Cognition. 20(4):1604-1611.
Sanders J, Wang H-T, Schooler J, Smallwood J.  2016.  Can I get me out of my head? Exploring strategies for controlling the self-referential aspects of the mind-wandering state during reading The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 60(6):1053-1062.
Smallwood J, Brown K, Baird B, Schooler J.W.  2011.  Cooperation between the default mode network and the frontal–parietal network in the production of an internal train of thought. Brain research. 1428:60–70.
Smallwood J, Fishman DJ, Schooler J.W.  2007.  Counting the cost of an absent mind: Mind wandering as an underrecognized influence on educational performance. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 14(2):230–236.
Baird B, Smallwood J, Lutz A, Schooler JW.  2014.  The Decoupled Mind: Mind-wandering Disrupts Cortical Phase-locking to Perceptual Events. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26(11):2596-2607.
Smallwood J, Gorgolewski KJ, Golchert J, Ruby FJM, Engen HG, Baird B, Vinski M, Schooler J, Margulies DS.  2013.  The default modes of reading: Modulation of posterior cingulate and medial prefrontal cortex connectivity associated with subjective and objective differences in reading experience. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7:734.
Smallwood J, Tipper C, Brown K, Baird B, Engen H, Michaels JR, Grafton S, Schooler J.W.  2013.  Escaping the here and now: Evidence for a role of the default mode network in perceptually decoupled thought. NeuroImage. 69(1):120-125.
Baird B, Smallwood J, Mrazek MD, Kam JWY, Franklin MS, Schooler J.W.  2012.  Inspired by Distraction Mind Wandering Facilitates Creative Incubation. Psychological science. 23(10):1117–1122.
Smallwood J, Brown KS, Baird B, Mrazek MD, Franklin MS, Schooler J.W.  2012.  Insulation for daydreams: a role for tonic norepinephrine in the facilitation of internally guided thought. Plos One. 7(4)
Smallwood J, Mrazek MD, Schooler JW.  2011.  Medicine for the wandering mind: Mind wandering in medical practice. Medical Education. 45(11):1072-1080.
Mrazek MD, Smallwood J, Schooler J.W.  2012.  Mindfulness and mind-wandering: Finding convergence through opposing constructs. Emotion. 12(6):442–448.
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.
Baird B, Cieslak M, Smallwood J, Grafton ST, Schooler JW.  2015.  Regional White Matter Variation Associated with Domain-specific Metacognitive Accuracy. Journal of cognitive neuroscience. 27(3):440-452.
Mrazek MD, Smallwood J, Franklin MS, Chin JM, Baird B, Schooler J.W.  2012.  The role of mind-wandering in measurements of general aptitude.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 14(4):788.
Smallwood J, Schooler JW.  2015.  The science of mind wandering: empirically navigating the stream of consciousness. Annual review of psychology. 66(1):487–518.
Smallwood J, McSpadden M, Luus B, Schooler J.  2008.  Segmenting the stream of consciousness: The psychological correlates of temporal structures in the time series data of a continuous performance task. Brain and Cognition. 66(1):50–56.
Franklin MS, Mrazek MD, Anderson CL, Smallwood J, Kingstone A, Schooler J.  2013.  The silver lining of a mind in the clouds: Interesting musings are associated with positive mood while mind-wandering. Frontiers in Psychology. 4
Franklin MS, Mrazek MD, Anderson CL, Johnston C, Smallwood J, Kingstone A, Schooler JW.  2014.  Tracking Distraction: The Relationship Between Mind-Wandering, Meta-Awareness, and ADHD Symptomatology. Journal of attention disorders. 21(6):475-486.
Franklin MS, Smallwood J, Zedelius CM, Broadway JM, Schooler JW.  2015.  Unaware yet reliant on attention: Experience sampling reveals that mind-wandering impedes implicit learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 23(1):223-229.
Franklin MS, Broadway JM, Mrazek MD, Smallwood J, Schooler JW.  2013.  Window to the Wandering Mind: Pupillometry of Spontaneous Thought While Reading. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 66(12):2289-2294.