Trait-level variability in attention modulates mind wandering and academic achievement

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Description: Pereira, E. J., Gurguryan, L., Ristic, J.

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Although mind wandering remains ubiquitous in daily life, the processes that underlie and sustain this behavior remain poorly understood. Here, we studied the role of biologically primed temperament traits in moderating the association between mind wandering and the real-life functional outcome of academic success. Ninety-seven participants completed the Mind Wandering Questionnaire, the Adult Tem...

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