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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.
Zanesco AP, King BG, MacLean KA, Jacobs TL, Aichele SR, B. Wallace A, Smallwood J, Schooler JW, Saron CD.  2016.  Meditation training influences mind wandering and mindless reading.. Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice. 3(1):12-33.
Mooneyham BW, Schooler JW.  2016.  Mind wandering minimizes mind numbing: Reducing semantic-satiation effects through absorptive lapses of attention.. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 23(4):1273-1279.
Mooneyham BW, Schooler JW.  2016.  Mind-wandering and meta-awareness in hypnosis and meditation: Relating executive function across states of consciousness.. Hypnosis and meditation: Towards an integrative science of conscious planes. :221-240.
Mrazek MD, Mooneyham BW, Mrazek KLepore, Schooler JWolf.  2016.  Pushing the Limits: Cognitive, Affective, & Neural Plasticity Revealed by an Intensive Multifaceted Intervention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 10
Zedelius CM, Schooler JW.  2016.  The Richness of Inner Experience: Relating Styles of Daydreaming to Creative Processes.. Frontiers in Psychology. 6
Mooneyham BW, Mrazek MD, Mrazek AJ, Schooler JW.  2016.  Signal or noise: brain network interactions underlying the experience and training of mindfulness. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1369(1):256.
Mooneyham BW, Mrazek MD, Mrazek AJ, Mrazek KL, Phillips DT, Schooler JW.  2016.  States of mind: Characterizing the neural bases of focus and mind-wandering through dynamic functional connectivity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 29(3):495-506.
Creswell KG, Sayette MA, Schooler JW, Wright AGC, Pacilio LE.  2016.  Visceral States Call for Visceral Measures: Verbal Overshadowing of Hunger Ratings Across Assessment Modalities.. Assessment. 25(2):173-182.
Broadway JM, Franklin MS, Schooler JW.  2015.  Early event-related brain potentials and hemispheric asymmetries reveal mind-wandering while reading and predict comprehension. Biological psychology. 107:31–43.
Broadway JM, Zedelius CM, Schooler JW, Grondin S.  2015.  The Long and Short of Mental Time Travel: An Overview. Frontiers in Psychology. 6:668.
Zedelius CM, Schooler JW.  2015.  Mind wandering “Ahas” versus mindful reasoning: alternative routes to creative solutions. Frontiers in psychology. 6:834.
Lerner N, Baldwin C, J Higgins S, Lee J, Schooler J.  2015.  Mind Wandering While Driving What Does it Mean and What do we do about it? Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting.
Schooler JW, Mrazek MD, Baird B, Winkielman P.  2015.  Minding the mind: the value of distinguishing among unconscious, conscious, and metaconscious processes. APA handbooks in psychology. APA handbook of personality and social psychology. 1:179–202.
Zedelius CM, Broadway JM, Schooler JW.  2015.  Motivating meta-awareness of mind wandering: A way to catch the mind in flight? Consciousness and cognition. 36:44–53.
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.
Smallwood J, Schooler JW.  2015.  The science of mind wandering: empirically navigating the stream of consciousness. Annual review of psychology. 66(1):487–518.
Broadway JM, Zedelius CM, Mooneyham BW, Mrazek MD, Schooler JW.  2015.  Stimulating minds to wander. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112(11):3182–3183.
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.
Casner SM, Schooler JW.  2015.  Vigilance impossible: diligence, distraction, and daydreaming all lead to failures in a practical monitoring task. Consciousness and cognition. 35:33–41.