Daniel Smilek
Daniel Smilek
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Waterloo
Verified email at uwaterloo.ca
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Differential attentional guidance by unattended faces expressing positive and negative emotion
JD Eastwood, D Smilek, PM Merikle
Perception & psychophysics 63 (6), 1004-1013, 2001
Perception without awareness: Perspectives from cognitive psychology
PM Merikle, D Smilek, JD Eastwood
Cognition 79 (1-2), 115-134, 2001
The unengaged mind: Defining boredom in terms of attention
JD Eastwood, A Frischen, MJ Fenske, D Smilek
Perspectives on Psychological Science 7 (5), 482-495, 2012
Absent-mindedness: Lapses of conscious awareness and everyday cognitive failures
JA Cheyne, JSA Carriere, D Smilek
Consciousness and cognition 15 (3), 578-592, 2006
Not all synaesthetes are created equal: Projector versus associator synaesthetes
MJ Dixon, D Smilek, PM Merikle
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 4 (3), 335-343, 2004
Five plus two equals yellow
MJ Dixon, D Smilek, C Cudahy, PM Merikle
Nature 406 (6794), 365-365, 2000
Visual search for faces with emotional expressions.
A Frischen, JD Eastwood, D Smilek
Psychological bulletin 134 (5), 662, 2008
Anatomy of an error: A bidirectional state model of task engagement/disengagement and attention-related errors
JA Cheyne, GJF Solman, JSA Carriere, D Smilek
Cognition 111 (1), 98-113, 2009
Negative facial expression captures attention and disrupts performance
JD Eastwood, D Smilek, PM Merikle
Perception & psychophysics 65 (3), 352-358, 2003
Everyday attention lapses and memory failures: The affective consequences of mindlessness
JSA Carriere, JA Cheyne, D Smilek
Consciousness and cognition 17 (3), 835-847, 2008
Attention, researchers! It is time to take a look at the real world
A Kingstone, D Smilek, J Ristic, C Kelland Friesen, JD Eastwood
Current Directions in Psychological Science 12 (5), 176-180, 2003
Emotional valence and arousal interact in attentional control
LN Jefferies, D Smilek, E Eich, JT Enns
Psychological science 19 (3), 290-295, 2008
Out of mind, out of sight: eye blinking as indicator and embodiment of mind wandering
D Smilek, JSA Carriere, JA Cheyne
Psychological science 21 (6), 786-789, 2010
Synaesthetic photisms influence visual perception
D Smilek, MJ Dixon, C Cudahy, PM Merikle
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 13 (7), 930-936, 2001
Cognitive ethology: A new approach for studying human cognition
A Kingstone, D Smilek, JD Eastwood
British Journal of Psychology 99 (3), 317-340, 2008
Mind-wandering with and without intention
P Seli, EF Risko, D Smilek, DL Schacter
Trends in cognitive sciences 20 (8), 605-617, 2016
A resource-control account of sustained attention: Evidence from mind-wandering and vigilance paradigms
DR Thomson, D Besner, D Smilek
Perspectives on psychological science 10 (1), 82-96, 2015
Synesthetic color experiences influence memory
D Smilek, MJ Dixon, C Cudahy, PM Merikle
Psychological science 13 (6), 548-552, 2002
On the necessity of distinguishing between unintentional and intentional mind wandering
P Seli, EF Risko, D Smilek
Psychological science 27 (5), 685-691, 2016
Wandering in both mind and body: Individual differences in mind wandering and inattention predict fidgeting.
JSA Carriere, P Seli, D Smilek
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2013
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