Does your mind jump around, stay on task or get stuck? Analysis of mind-wandering studies offers new perspective on mental disorders — ScienceDaily


During downtime, some of us daydream while others might focus on a to-do list, or get stuck in a negative loop. Psychology has traditionally defined all these thought patterns as variations of “mind-wandering.”

Source: Does your mind jump around, stay on task or get stuck? Analysis of mind-wandering studies offers new perspective on mental disorders — ScienceDaily

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