Paul Seli
Paul Seli
Assistant Professor, Duke | Dir of Cog Science, Pneuma Science
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Analytic cognitive style predicts religious and paranormal belief
G Pennycook, JA Cheyne, P Seli, DJ Koehler, JA Fugelsang
Cognition 123 (3), 335-346, 2012
Mind-wandering with and without intention
P Seli, EF Risko, D Smilek, DL Schacter
Trends in cognitive sciences 20 (8), 605-617, 2016
Wandering in both mind and body: individual differences in mind wandering and inattention predict fidgeting.
JSA Carriere, P Seli, D Smilek
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2013
Mind-wandering as a natural kind: A family-resemblances view
P Seli, MJ Kane, J Smallwood, DL Schacter, D Maillet, JW Schooler, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 22 (6), 479-490, 2018
On the necessity of distinguishing between unintentional and intentional mind wandering
P Seli, EF Risko, D Smilek
Psychological science 27 (5), 685-691, 2016
On the relation of mind wandering and ADHD symptomatology
P Seli, J Smallwood, JA Cheyne, D Smilek
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22, 629-636, 2015
Not all mind wandering is created equal: Dissociating deliberate from spontaneous mind wandering
P Seli, JSA Carriere, D Smilek
Psychological research 79, 750-758, 2015
Wandering minds and wavering rhythms: linking mind wandering and behavioral variability.
P Seli, JA Cheyne, D Smilek
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 39 (1), 1, 2013
Motivation, intentionality, and mind wandering: Implications for assessments of task-unrelated thought.
P Seli, JA Cheyne, M Xu, C Purdon, D Smilek
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (5), 1417, 2015
Network neuroscience of creative cognition: mapping cognitive mechanisms and individual differences in the creative brain
RE Beaty, P Seli, DL Schacter
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 27, 22-30, 2019
On the relation between motivation and retention in educational contexts: The role of intentional and unintentional mind wandering
P Seli, JD Wammes, EF Risko, D Smilek
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23, 1280-1287, 2016
How few and far between? Examining the effects of probe rate on self-reported mind wandering
P Seli, JSA Carriere, M Levene, D Smilek
Frontiers in psychology 4, 430, 2013
Putting retrieval-induced forgetting in context: an inhibition-free, context-based account.
TR Jonker, P Seli, CM MacLeod
Psychological review 120 (4), 852, 2013
Individual variation in intentionality in the mind-wandering state is reflected in the integration of the default-mode, fronto-parietal, and limbic networks
J Golchert, J Smallwood, E Jefferies, P Seli, JM Huntenburg, F Liem, ...
Neuroimage 146, 226-235, 2017
Mind wandering during lectures II: Relation to academic performance.
JD Wammes, P Seli, JA Cheyne, PO Boucher, D Smilek
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology 2 (1), 33, 2016
On the link between mind wandering and task performance over time
DR Thomson, P Seli, D Besner, D Smilek
Consciousness and cognition 27, 14-26, 2014
Intrusive thoughts: Linking spontaneous mind wandering and OCD symptomatology
P Seli, EF Risko, C Purdon, D Smilek
Psychological research 81, 392-398, 2017
Mindfulness and mind wandering: The protective effects of brief meditation in anxious individuals
M Xu, C Purdon, P Seli, D Smilek
Consciousness and cognition 51, 157-165, 2017
Boredom in the COVID-19 pandemic: Trait boredom proneness, the desire to act, and rule-breaking
J Boylan, P Seli, AA Scholer, J Danckert
Personality and individual differences 171, 110387, 2021
Analytic-thinking predicts hoax beliefs and helping behaviors in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
ML Stanley, N Barr, K Peters, P Seli
Thinking & Reasoning 27 (3), 464-477, 2021
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