Dissociating the freely-moving thought dimension of mind-wandering from the intentionality and task-unrelated thought dimensions

Kevin O'Neill, Anna Smith, Paul Seli & Daniel Smilek
The recently forwarded family-resemblances framework of mind-wandering argues that mind-wandering is a multidimensional construct consisting of a variety of exemplars. On this view, membership in the mind-wandering family is graded along various dimensions that define more or less prototypical instances of mind-wandering. In recent work, three dimensions that have played a prominent role in defining prototypicality within the mind-wandering family include: (a) task-relatedness (i.e., how related the content of a thought is to an ongoing...
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