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Mrazek A.J., Mrazek M.D., Maul A., Mrazek K.L., Schooler J.W..  2020.  Taking charge: Characterizing the rapid development of self-regulation through intensive training. Journal of Health Psychology.
Schooler J.W., Bendikson M., Ambadadar Z..  1997.  Taking the middle line: Can we accommodate both fabricated and recovered memories of sexual abuse? Recovered Memories and False Memories. :251-292.
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.
Schooler J.W., Herramn D.J..  1992.  There is more to episodic memory than just episodes. Theoretical perspectives on autobiographical memory.
Franklin M.S., Mooneyham B.W., Baird B., Schooler J.W..  2013.  Thinking one thing, saying another: The behavioral correlates of mind-wandering while reading aloud. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21(1):205-210.
Franklin MS, Mooneyham BW, Baird B, Schooler JW.  2014.  Thinking one thing, saying another: The behavioral correlates of mind-wandering while reading aloud. Psychonomic bulletin & review. 21:205–210.
Wilson T.D., Schooler J.W..  1991.  Thinking too much: Introspection can reduce the quality of preferences and decisions? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 60(2):181-192.
Schooler J.W, Ohlsson S., Brooks K..  1993.  Thoughts beyond words: When language overshadows insight. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 122(2):166-183.
Casner SM, Schooler JW.  2014.  Thoughts in Flight: Automation Use and Pilots’ Task-Related and Task-Unrelated Thought. Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 56(3):433-442.
Mrazek M., Chin J.M., Schmader T., Hartson K.A, Smallwood J., Schooler J.W.  2011.  Threatened to distraction: Mind-wandering as a consequence of stereotype threat. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 47(6):1243–1248.
Loftus E.F., Schooler J.W., Boone S., Kline D..  1987.  Time went by so slowly: Overestimation of event duration by males and females. Applied Cognitive Psychology. 1(1):3-13.
Schooler J.W., Mauss I.B..  2010.  To be happy and to know it: The experience and meta- awareness of pleasure. Pleasures of the Brain. :244-254.
Schooler J.W., Schreiber C.A..  2005.  To Know or Not to Know: Consciousness, Meta-Consciousness, and Motivation. Social Motivation: Conscious and Unconscious Processes. :351–372.
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.
Schooler JW.  2014.  Turning the Lens of Science on Itself Verbal Overshadowing, Replication, and Metascience. Perspectives on Psychological Science. 9(5):579–584.
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Vohs KD, Schooler J.W.  2008.  The Value of Believing in Free Will: Encouraging a Belief in Determinism Increases Cheating. Psychological science. 19(1):49–54.
Schooler J.W., Mrazek M.D., Baird B., Winkielman P..  2014.  The value of distinguishing between unconscious, conscious, and meta-conscious processes.. APA Handbook of Personality and Social Psychology: Attitudes and Social Cognition. 1:179-202.

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