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Casner S.M, Geven R.W, P. RM, Schooler J.W.  2014.  The retention of manual flying skills in the automated cockpit. Human Factors. 56(8):1506-1516.
Protzko J., Zedelius C.M., Schooler J.W..  2019.  Rushing to Appear Virtuous: Time Pressure Increases Socially Desirable Responding. Psychological Science. 30(11):1584-1591.
Mooneyham BW, Mrazek MD, Mrazek A.J., Mrazek KL, Phillips DT, Schooler JW.  2017.  States of Mind: Characterizing the Neural Bases of Focus and Mind-wandering through Dynamic Functional Connectivity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.
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.
Mrazek A.J., Mrazek M.D., Ortega J.R., Ji R.R., Karimi S.S., Brown C.S., Alexander C.A., Khan M., Panahi R., Sadoff M. et al..  2021.  Teenagers’ Smartphone Use during Homework: An Analysis of Beliefs and Behaviors around Digital Multitasking. Education Sciences.
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.
Protzko J., Schooler J.W..  2022.  What I didn’t grow up with is dangerous: How personal experience impacts perceptions of what corrupts today’s youth.. PsyArxiv.
Zedelius C.M., Protzko J., Broadway J.M., Schooler J.W..  2020.  What types of daydreaming predict creativity? Laboratory and experience sampling evidence. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts.
Protzko J., Schooler J.W.  2022.  Who Denigrates Today’s Youth?: The Role of Age, Implicit Theories, and Sharing the Same Negative Trait Frontiers in Psychology.
Mrazek MD, Phillips DT, Franklin MS, Broadway JM, Schooler JW.  2013.  Young & restless: Validation of the Mind-Wandering Questionnaire (MWQ) reveals disruptive impact of mind-wandering for youth. Frontiers in Psychology. 4:560.

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