Paul Seli

Psychology and Neuroscience Duke University, Durham, NC 
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Matthew Stanley grad student
Anna P. Smith grad student 2019-2022 Duke
Nicholaus Brosowsky post-doc 2019-2021 Duke
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Smith AP, Brosowsky N, Murray S, et al. (2022) Fixation, flexibility, and creativity: The dynamics of mind wandering. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Stanley ML, Whitehead PS, Marsh EJ, et al. (2022) Prior exposure increases judged truth even during periods of mind wandering. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Brosowsky NP, Barr N, Mugon J, et al. (2022) Creativity, Boredom Proneness and Well-Being in the Pandemic. Behavioral Sciences (Basel, Switzerland). 12
Brosowsky NP, Smith AC, Smilek D, et al. (2022) On the relation between mind wandering, PTSD symptomology, and self-control. Consciousness and Cognition. 99: 103288
Brosowsky NP, Murray S, Schooler JW, et al. (2021) Thought dynamics under task demands: Evaluating the influence of task difficulty on unconstrained thought. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 47: 1298-1312
Whitehead PS, Mahmoud Y, Seli P, et al. (2021) Mind wandering at encoding, but not at retrieval, disrupts one-shot stimulus-control learning. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Brosowsky NP, Van Tilburg W, Scholer AA, et al. (2021) Boredom proneness, political orientation and adherence to social-distancing in the pandemic. Motivation and Emotion. 1-10
Smallwood J, Turnbull A, Wang HT, et al. (2021) The neural correlates of ongoing conscious thought. Iscience. 24: 102132
Smith AC, Brosowsky NP, Ralph BCW, et al. (2021) Re-examining the effect of motivation on intentional and unintentional task-unrelated thought: accounting for thought constraint produces novel results. Psychological Research
Brosowsky NP, Murray S, Schooler JW, et al. (2020) Attention need not always apply: Mind wandering impedes explicit but not implicit sequence learning. Cognition. 209: 104530
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