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Conflicting Advice: Mind-Wandering Is Bad, or Just Fine

Some researchers say that mind wandering is “just fine.” Others say that it interferes with comprehension. Which is true? When looking at conflicting findings, focus on the research that best resembles your classroom. In this case, you should probably worry about mind wandering — except under specific circumstances. Continue reading



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Brain Wandering

We’ve posted quite frequently about mind-wandering on this blog (here, here, and here — to pick…



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Mind Wandering and the Default Mode Network

A clear and thoughtful article from the BBC.



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Drifting Away: The Cognitive Benefits—and Perils—of Mind-Wandering

You’re in the middle of a meeting or driving to work and your mind drifts…



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