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    Mendes, N.; Oligschläger, S.; Lauckner, M.; Golchert, J.; Huntenburg, J. M.; Falkiewicz, M.; Ellamil, M.; Krause , S.; Baczkowski, B.; Cozatl, R. et al.; Osoianu, A.; Kumral, D.; Pool, J.; Golz, L.; Paerisch, M.; Haueis, P.; Jost , R.; Kramarenko, Y.; Engen, H. G.; Ohrnberger, K.; Gorgolewski, K. J.; Farrugia, N.; Babayan, A.; Reiter, A.; Schaare, H. L.; Reinelt, J.; Röbbig, J.; Ragert, M.; Erbey, M.; Gaebler, M.; Smallwood, J.; Villringer, A.; Margulies, D. S.: A functional connectome phenotyping dataset including cognitive state and personality measures. Scientific Data 6 (2019)
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    Fritz, T.; Brummerloh, B.; Urquijo, M.; Wegner, K.; Reimer, E.; Gutekunst, S.; Schneider, L.; Smallwood, J.; Villringer, A.: Blame it on the bossa nova: Transfer of perceived sexiness from music to touch. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (9), pp. 1360 - 1365 (2017)
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    Kanske, P.; Sharifi, M.; Smallwood, J.; Dziobek, I.; Singer, T.: Where the narcissistic mind wanders: Increased self-related thoughts are more positive and future-oriented. Journal of Personality Disorders 31 (4), pp. 553 - 566 (2017)
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    Engen, H. G.; Smallwood, J.; Singer, T.: Differential impact of emotional task relevance on three indices of prioritised processing for fearful and angry facial expressions. Cognition & Emotion 31 (1), pp. 175 - 184 (2017)
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    Kulaga-Yoskovitz, J.; Bernhardt, B. C.; Hong, S.-J.; Mansi, T.; Liang, K. E.; Van der Kouwe, A. J.W.; Smallwood, J.; Bernasconi, A.; Bernasconi, N.: Multi-contrast submillimetric 3 Tesla hippocampal subfield segmentation protocol and dataset. Scientific Data 2 (2015)
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    Konishi, M.; McLaren, D. G.; Engen, H. G.; Smallwood, J.: Shaped by the past: The default mode network supports cognition that is independent of immediate perceptual input. PLoS One 10 (6) (2015)
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    Engert, V.; Smallwood, J.; Singer, T.: Mind your thoughts: Associations between self-generated thoughts and stress-induced and baseline levels of cortisol and alpha-amylase. Biological Psychology 103, pp. 283 - 291 (2014)
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    Tusche, A.; Smallwood, J.; Bernhardt, B. C.; Singer, T.: Classifying the wandering mind: Revealing the affective content of thoughts during task-free rest periods. NeuroImage 97, pp. 107 - 116 (2014)
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    Bernhardt, B. C.; Smallwood, J.; Tusche, A.; Ruby, F. J. M.; Engen, H. G.; Steinbeis, N.; Singer, T.: Medial prefrontal and anterior cingulate cortical thickness predicts shared individual differences in self-generated thought and temporal discounting. NeuroImage 90, pp. 290 - 297 (2014)
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    Ruby, F. J. M.; Smallwood, J.; Sackur, J.; Singer, T.: Is self-generated thought a means of social problem solving? Frontiers in Psychology 4 (2013)
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    Callard, F.; Smallwood, J.; Golchert, J.; Margulies, D. S.: The era of the wandering mind?: Twenty-first century research on self-generated mental activity. Frontiers in Psychology 4 (2013)
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    Ruby, F. J. M.; Smallwood, J.; Engen, H.; Singer, T.: How self-generated thought shapes mood - The relation between mind-wandering and mood depends on the socio-temporal content of thoughts. PLoS One 8 (10) (2013)
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    Franklin, M. S.; Mrazek, M. D.; Anderson, C. L.; Smallwood, J.; Kingstone, A.; Schooler, J. W.: The silver lining of a mind in the clouds: Interesting musings are associated with positive mood while mind-wandering. Frontiers in Psychology 4 (2013)
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    Smallwood, J.; Andrews-Hanna, J. A.: Not all minds that wander are lost: The importance of a balanced perspective on the mind-wandering state. Frontiers in Psychology 4 (2013)
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    Mason, M.; Brown, K.; Mar, R. A.; Smallwood, J.: Driver of discontent or escape vehicle: The affective consequences of mindwandering. Frontiers in Psychology 4 (2013)
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    Smallwood, J.: Distinguishing how from why the mind wanders: A process-occurrence framework for self-generated mental activity. Psychological Bulletin 139 (3), pp. 519 - 535 (2013)
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    Smallwood, J.: Searching for the elements of thought: Reply to Franklin, Mrazek, Broadway, and Schooler. Psychological Bulletin 139 (3), pp. 542 - 547 (2013)
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    Smallwood, J.; Tipper, C.; Brown, K.; Baird, B.; Engen, H.; Michaels, J. R.; Grafton, S.; Schooler, J. W.: Escaping the here and now: Evidence for a role of the default mode network in perceptually decoupled thought. NeuroImage 69, pp. 120 - 125 (2013)
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    Smallwood, J.: Penetrating the fog of the decoupled mind: The effects of visual salience in the sustained attention to response task. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (1), pp. 32 - 40 (2013)
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    Callard, F.; Smallwood, J.; Margulies, D. S.: Default positions: How neuroscience's historical legacy has hampered investigation of the resting mind. Frontiers in Psychology 3 (2012)
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