Selected Publications

Kanske, P.; Schulze, L.; Dziobek, I.; Scheibner, H.; Roepke, S.; Singer, T.: The wandering mind in borderline personality disorder: Instability in self- and other-related thoughts. Psychiatry Research 242, pp. 302 - 310 (2016)
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)
Hoffmann, F.; Banzhaf, C.; Kanske, P.; Bermpohl, F.; Singer, T.: Where the depressed mind wanders: Self-generated thought patterns as assessed trough experience sampling as a state marker of depression. Journal of Affective Disorders 198, pp. 127 - 134 (2016)
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)
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)
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)
Ruby, F. J. M.; Smallwood, J.; Sackur, J.; Singer, T.: Is self-generated thought a means of social problem solving? Frontiers in Psychology 4, 962 (2013)
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), e77554 (2013)
Smallwood, J.; Ruby, F. J. M.; Singer, T.: Letting go of the present: Mind-wandering is associated with reduced delay discounting. Consciousness and Cognition 22 (1), pp. 1 - 7 (2013)
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