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  1. The time has come to be mindwanderful - Mind wandering and the intuit…

    Gonçalves, Ó. F., & Dias Da Silva-van Riel, M. (2022). The time has come to be mindwanderful: Mind wandering and the intuitive psychology mode. . In P. Boggio, T. S. H. Wingenbach, M. L. S. Coelho, W. E. Comfort, L. M. Marques, & M. V. C. Alves (Eds.), Social and affective neu- roscience of everyday human interaction: From theory to methodology
  2. Mind and body - The manifestation of mind wandering in bodily behavio…

    Dias Da Silva-van Riel, M., Branco, D., Postma, M., & Faber, M. (2022). Mind and body: The manifestation of mind wandering in bodily behaviors. In N. Dario, & L. Tateo (Eds.), New Perspectives on Mind Wandering Springer.
  3. Revisiting consciousness - Distinguishing between states of conscious…

    Dias Da Silva-van Riel, M., Gonçalves, Ó. F., Branco, D., & Postma, M. (2022). Revisiting consciousness: Distinguishing between states of conscious focused attention and mind wandering with EEG. Consciousness and Cognition, 101.
  4. Windows to the mind - Neurophysiological indicators of mind wandering…

    Dias Da Silva-van Riel, M., Postma, M., & Faber, M. (2022). Windows to the mind: Neurophysiological indicators of mind wandering across tasks. In N. Dario, & L. Tateo (Eds.), New Perspectives on Mind Wandering Springer.
  5. Straying off course - The negative impact of mind wandering on fine m…

    Dias Da Silva-van Riel, M., & Postma, M. (2021). Straying off course: The negative impact of mind wandering on fine motor movements. Journal of Motor Behavior, 1-17.

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