Jonathan Schooler
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Thinking too much: introspection can reduce the quality of preferences and decisions.
TD Wilson, JW Schooler
Journal of personality and social psychology 60 (2), 181, 1991
The restless mind.
J Smallwood, JW Schooler
Psychological bulletin 132 (6), 946, 2006
Experience sampling during fMRI reveals default network and executive system contributions to mind wandering
K Christoff, AM Gordon, J Smallwood, R Smith, JW Schooler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (21), 8719-8724, 2009
Verbal overshadowing of visual memories: Some things are better left unsaid
JW Schooler, TY Engstler-Schooler
Cognitive psychology 22 (1), 36-71, 1990
The value of believing in free will: Encouraging a belief in determinism increases cheating
KD Vohs, JW Schooler
Psychological science 19 (1), 49-54, 2008
Thoughts beyond words: When language overshadows insight.
JW Schooler, S Ohlsson, K Brooks
Journal of experimental psychology: General 122 (2), 166, 1993
Mindfulness training improves working memory capacity and GRE performance while reducing mind wandering
MD Mrazek, MS Franklin, DT Phillips, B Baird, JW Schooler
Psychological science 24 (5), 776-781, 2013
Inspired by distraction: Mind wandering facilitates creative incubation
B Baird, J Smallwood, MD Mrazek, JWY Kam, MS Franklin, JW Schooler
Psychological science 23 (10), 1117-1122, 2012
The science of mind wandering: empirically navigating the stream of consciousness
J Smallwood, JW Schooler
Annual review of psychology 66, 487-518, 2015
Introspecting about reasons can reduce post-choice satisfaction
TD Wilson, DJ Lisle, JW Schooler, SD Hodges, KJ Klaaren, SJ LaFleur
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 19 (3), 331-339, 1993
Deciphering the enigmatic face: The importance of facial dynamics in interpreting subtle facial expressions
Z Ambadar, JW Schooler, JF Cohn
Psychological science 16 (5), 403-410, 2005
Meta-awareness, perceptual decoupling and the wandering mind
JW Schooler, J Smallwood, K Christoff, TC Handy, ED Reichle, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 15 (7), 319-326, 2011
Re-representing consciousness: Dissociations between experience and meta-consciousness
JW Schooler
Trends in cognitive sciences 6 (8), 339-344, 2002
The ineffability of insight.
JW Schooler, J Melcher
The MIT Press, 1995
Mindfulness and mind-wandering: finding convergence through opposing constructs.
MD Mrazek, J Smallwood, JW Schooler
Emotion 12 (3), 442, 2012
Going AWOL in the brain: Mind wandering reduces cortical analysis of external events
J Smallwood, E Beach, JW Schooler, TC Handy
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 20 (3), 458-469, 2008
Back to the future: autobiographical planning and the functionality of mind-wandering
B Baird, J Smallwood, JW Schooler
Consciousness and cognition 20 (4), 1604-1611, 2011
Zoning out while reading: Evidence for dissociations between experience and metaconsciousness jonathan w. schooler, erik d. reichle, and david v. halpern
JW Schooler
Thinking and seeing: Visual metacognition in adults and children 203, 2004
When attention matters: The curious incident of the wandering mind
J Smallwood, M McSpadden, JW Schooler
Memory & Cognition 36 (6), 1144-1150, 2008
The costs and benefits of mind-wandering: a review.
BW Mooneyham, JW Schooler
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2013
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