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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.).
Smallwood J., Beach E., Schooler J.W., Handy T.C..  2008.  Going AWOL in the brain: mind wandering reduces cortical analysis of external events. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 20(3):458-469.
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, 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, 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.
Smallwood J., Schooler J.W, Turk D.J, Cunningham S.J, Burns P., Macrae C.N..  2011.  Self-reflection and the temporal focus of the wandering mind.. Consciousness and Cognition.. 20(4):1120-1126.
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.
Smallwood J., McSpadden M., Schooler J.W..  2008.  When attention matters: the curious incident of the wandering mind. Memory and Cognition. 36(6):1144-1150.
Smallwood J, Mrazek MD, Schooler JW.  2011.  Medicine for the wandering mind: Mind wandering in medical practice. Medical Education. 45(11):1072-1080.
Smallwood J., McSpadden M., Schooler J.W..  2007.  The lights are on but no one’s home- the decoupling of executive resources when the mind-wanders. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 14(3):527-533.
Smallwood J., Brown K.S, Tipper C, Giesbrecht B., Franklin M.S, Mrazek M., Carlson J.M, Schooler J.W..  2011.  Pupillometric Evidence for the Decoupling of Attention from Perceptual Input during Offline Thought. PLoS ONEPLoS ONE. 6(3):e18298.
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.
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., Schooler J.W..  2006.  The restless mind. Psychological Bulletin. 132(6):946-958.
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)
Sivers H., Freyd J, Schooler J.W..  2002.  Recovered Memories. The Encyclopedia of the Human Brain N.Y. :169-184.
Sieck W.R., Quinn C.N., Schooler J.W..  1999.  Justification effects on the judgment of analogy. Memory and Cognition. 27(5):844-855.
Shobe K.K., Schooler J.W..  2001.  Discovering Fact and Fiction: Case-Based Analyses of Authentic and Fabricated Discovered Memories of Abuse. Recovered Memories: Seeking the Middle Ground. :95–151.
Shariff AF, Greene JD, Karremans JC, Luguri JB, Clark CJ, Schooler JW, Baumeister RF, Vohs KD.  2014.  Free will and punishment: a mechanistic view of human nature reduces retribution.. Psychol Sci. 25(8):1563-70.
Shariff AF, Schooler J, Vohs KD.  2008.  The Hazards of Claiming to Have Solved the Hard Problem of Free Will. Are we free? Psychology and free will. :181-204.
Servan-Schreiber D, Schooler J, Dew MAmanda, Carter C, Bartone P.  2006.  Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing for posttraumatic stress disorder: a pilot blinded, randomized study of stimulation type. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics. 75(5):290–297.
Seli P., Kane MJ, Metzinger T., Smallwood J, Schacter DL, Maillet D, Schooler JW, Smilek D.  2018.  The Family- Resemblances Framework for Mind- Wandering Remains Well Clad. Trends in Cognitive Science.
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.
Seli P., Maillet D, Schacter DL, Kane MJ, Smallwood J, Schooler JW, Smilek D.  2017.  What does (and should) “mind wandering” mean? PsyArxiv.
Seli P, Ralph BCW, Risko EF, Schooler JW, Schacter DL, Smilek D.  2017.  Intentionality and meta-awareness of mind wandering: Are they one and the same, or distinct dimensions? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 24(6):1808-1818.

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