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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.
Genschow O., Cracco E., Schneider J., Protzko J., Wisniewski D., Brass M., Schooler J.W..  2022.  Manipulating Belief in Free Will and Its Downstream Consequences: A Meta-Analysis. Personality and Social Psychology Review.
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)
Greene E, Schooler J.W., Loftus E.F..  1985.  Expert testimony. The psychology of evidence and courtroom procedure. :253-279.
Gross M.E., Martini D., Schooler J.W..  2022.  Can Viewing Films Promote Creative Thinking Styles? Examining The Complex Roles of Personality and Meaning-Making Creativity Research Journal.
Gross M.E., Smith A.P., Graveline Y.M., Beaty R.M., Schooler J.W., Seli P..  2020.  Comparing the phenomenological qualities of stimulus-independent thought, stimulusdependent thought, and dreams using experience sampling. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.
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.
Gross M.E., Zedelius C.M., Schooler J.W..  2020.  Cultivating an understanding of curiosity as a seed for creativity. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences.
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Ihm ED, Paloutzian R.F., van Elk M., Schooler JW.  2020.  Awe as a Meaning-Making Emotion. The evolution of religion, religiosity and theology.
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Kam J., Dao E., Farley J., Fitzpatrick K., Schooler J.W., Smallwood J..  2010.  Slow fluctuations in attentional control of sensory cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 23(2):460–470.
Keysers C., Cohen J., Donald M., Guth W, Johnson E.J, Boyd R, Kurzban R, Schooler L.J, Schooler J.W., Spelke E et al..  2008.  Explicit and implicit strategies in decision making.. Better Than Conscious? Decision Making, the Human Mind, and Implications for Institutions. :225-258.

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