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Probing the neural signature of mind wandering with simultaneous fMRI-EEG and pupillometry
Mind wandering reflects the shift in attentional focus from task-related cognition driven by external stimuli toward self-generated and internally-oriented thought processes. Although such task-unrelated thoughts (TUTs) are pervasive and detrimental to task performance, their underlying neural mechanisms are only modestly understood. To investigate TUTs with high spatial and temporal precision, we simultaneously measured fMRI, EEG, and pupillometry in healthy adults while they performed adoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.117412 pmid:33011417 fatcat:jeosh7tuc5e4rglomfwwgcuqky