Jordan Taylor's Lab Website - www.princeton.edu/~ipalab/

Publications


Preprints

    Schween R, Langsorf, Taylor JA, and Hegele M. Of hand, tools, and exploding dots: How different action states and effects separate visuomotor memories. bioRxiv. Click here for pdf.

    Cesanek E, Taylor JA, and Domini F. Sensorimotor adaptation compensates for distortions of 3D shape information. bioRxiv. Click here for pdf.

    Poh E and Taylor JA. Generalization via superposition: Combined effects of mixed reference frame representations for explicit and implicit learning in a visuomotor adaptation task. bioRxiv. Click here for pdf.

    2019

    Wong AL, Marvel CL, Taylor JA, and Krakauer JW. (2019). Can patients with cerebellar disease switch learning mechanisms to reduce their adaptation deficits. Brain, . Click here for pdf.

    Taylor JA and McDougle SD. (2019). Visuomotor adaptation tasks as a window into the interplay between explicit and implicit cognitive processes. The Cognitive Neurosciences, 6th Edition. In press.

    McDougle SD and Taylor JA. (2019). Dissociable cognitive strategies for sensorimotor learning. Nature Communications, 10(1):40. Click here for pdf.



    2018

    Hutter SA and Taylor JA. (2018). Relative sensitivity of explicit re-aiming and implicit motor adaptation. J. Neurophys, 120:2640-2648. Click here for pdf.

    Schween R, Taylor JA, and Hegele M. (2018). Plan-based generalization shapes local implicit adaptation to opposing visuomotor transformations. J. Neurophys, 120:2775-2787. Click here for pdf.

    Liew SL, Thompson T, Ramirez J, Butcher PA, Taylor JA, and Celnik PA. (2018). Variable neural contributions to explicit and implicit learning during visuomotor adaptation. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12:610. Click here for pdf.

    Hutter SA and Wilson AI. (2018). A novel role for the hippocampus in category learning. J. Neurosci., 38(31):6803-6805. Click here for pdf.

  • Parvin D, McDougle SD, Taylor JA, and Ivry RB. (2018). Credit assignment in a motor decision making task is influenced by agency and not sensorimotor prediction errors. J. Neurosci. 38(19):4521-4530. Click here for pdf.

  • Butcher PA and Taylor JA. (2018). Decomposition of a sensory-prediction error signal for visuomotor adaptation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 44(2):175-194. Click here for abstract.

  • Cesanek E, Campagnoli C, Taylor JA, and Domini F. (2018). Does visuomotor adaptation contribute to illusion-resistant grasping. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 25(2):827-845. Click here for abstract.


  • 2017
  • Bond KM and Taylor JA. Structural learning in a visuomotor adaptation task is explicity accessible. eNeuro, 4(4). Click here for pdf.

  • Butcher PA, Ivry RB, Kuo SH, Rydz D, Krakauer JW, and Taylor JA. The cerebellum does more than sensory-prediction-error-based learning in sensorimotor adaptation tasks. The Journal of Neurophysiology, 118(3):1622-1636. Click here for pdf.

  • McDougle SD, Bond KM, and Taylor JA. (2017). Implications of plan-based generalization in sensorimotor adaptation. The Journal of Neurophysiology, 118:383-393. Click here for pdf.

  • Morehead JR, Taylor JA, Parvin D, and Ivry RB. (2017). Characteristics of implicit sensorimotor adaptation revealed by task-irrelevant clamped feedback. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 29:1061-1074. Click here for pdf.

  • Stark-Inbar A, Meher R, Taylor JA, and Ivry RB. (2017). Individual differences in implicit motor learning: Task specificity in sensorimotor adaptation and sequence learning. The Journal of Neurophysiology, 117:412-428. press. Click here for pdf.


  • 2016

    McDougle SD and Taylor JA. (2016). Mental Rotation as a behavioral and neural model of explicit aiming during visuomotor learning. Motor Learning and Motor Control.
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  • Poh E, Carroll TJ, and Taylor JA. (2016). Effect of coordinate frame compatibility on the transfer of implicit and explicit learning across limbs. The Journal of Neurophysiology, 116:1239-1249. Click here for pdf.

  • McDougle SD, Ivry RB, and Taylor JA. (2016). Taking aim at the cognitive side of learning in sensorimotor adaptation tasks. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 20(7): 535-544. Click here for pdf.

  • McDougle SD, Boggess MJ, Crossley MJ, Parvin D, Ivry RB, and Taylor JA. Credit assignment in movement-dependent reinforcement learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(24):6797-6802. Click here for pdf.

  • Day KA, Roemmich RT, Taylor JA, and Bastian AJ. Visuomotor learning generalizes around the intended movement. eNeuro,3(2) e0005-16.2016: 1-12. Click here for pdf.

  • Brudner SN, Kethidi N, Graeupner D, Ivry RB, and Taylor JA. Delayed feedback during sensorimotor learning selectively disrupts adaptation, but not strategy use. Journal of Neurophysiology, 115:1499-1511. Click here for pdf.

  • Fan JE, Turk-Browne NB, and Taylor JA. Error-driven learning in statistical summary perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 42(2):266-280. Click here for pdf.



    • 2015
      • McDougle SM, Bond KM, and Taylor JA. Explicit and implicit processes constitute the fast and slow processes of sensorimotor learning. The Journal of Neuroscience. 35(26): 9568-9579. Click here for pdf.

        • Bond KM and Taylor JA. Flexible explicit but rigid implicit learning in a visuomotor adaptation task. The Journal of Neurophysiology. 113:3836-3849. Click here for pdf.


        • 2014

            • Taylor JA, Krakauer JW, and Ivry RB. Explicit and implicit contributions to learning in a sensorimotor adaptation task. The Journal of Neuroscience. 34(8): 3023-3032. Click here for pdf.

            • Taylor JA and Ivry RB. Cerebellar and prefrontal cortex contributions to adaptation, strategies, and reinforcement learning. Progress in Brain Research 210:217-53. (2014). Click here for pdf.

            • Butcher PA, Ivry RB, Kuo SH, Rydz D, Krakauer JW, and Taylor JA. Cerebellar degeneration disrupts adaptation and strategy use in sensorimotor learning. Translational and Computational Motor Control. Click here for pdf.

            • Morehead JR, Taylor JA, Parvin D, Marrone E, and Ivry RB. Implicit adaptation via visual error clamp. Translational and Computational Motor Control. Click here for pdf.


            • 2013

              • Fan JE, Turk-Browne NB, and Taylor JA. Feedback driven tuning of statistical summary representations. Visual Cognition. 21(6):1-4. (2013). Click here for pdf.

              • Taylor JA and Ivry RB. Context-dependent Generalization. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7:171 (2013). Click here for pdf.

              • Taylor JA and Ivry RB. Implicit and explicit processes in motor learning. Action Science: Foundations of an Emerging Discipline. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. February (2013). Click here for pdf.

              • Taylor JA, Hieber LL, and Ivry RB. Feedback-dependent Generalization. The Journal of Neurophysiology Jan; 109(1):202-15. Click here for pdf.


              2012

              • Taylor JA, Krakauer JW, and Ivry RB. Multiple learning processes operate continuously throughout learning. Translational and computational motor control. Vol XI (2012). Click here for pdf.

              • Taylor JA and Ivry RB. The role of strategies in motor learning. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, The Year in Cognitive Neuroscience. 1241:1-12. (2012). Click here for pdf.


              • 2011

                • Taylor JA, Wojaczynski GJ, and Ivry RB. Trial-by-trial analysis of intermanual transfer of adaptation. The Journal of Neurophysiology. Dec;106(6):3157-72 (2011). Click here for pdf.

                • Taylor JA and Ivry RB. Flexible strategies during motor learning. PLoS Computational Biology, Mar 7(3):e10001096 (2011). Click here for pdf.

                • Morehead JR, Butcher PA and Taylor JA. Does fast learning depend on declarative mechanisms. The Journal of Neuroscience. 31(14): 5184-5185. (2011). Click here for pdf.

                • Norris SA, Hathaway E, Taylor JA, and Thach WT. Cerebellar Inactivation Impairs Memory of Learned Prism Gaze-Reach Calibrations. The Journal of Neurophysiology. 105:2248-2259, (2011). Click here for pdf.

                • Stoloff RH, Taylor JA, Xu J, Ridderikhoff A, and Ivry RB. Effect of reinforcement history on hand choice in an unconstrained reaching task. Frontiers in Neuroscience. Mar 23 (2011). Click here for pdf.

                • Prinzmetal W, Taylor JA, Myers LB, and Nguyen-Espino J. Contingent Capture And Inhibition of Return: A Comparison of Mechanisms. Experimental Brain Research. 214:47–60 (2011). Click here for pdf.

                • Taylor JA and Ivry RB. Feedback-dependent generalization of visuomotor adaptation. Advances in Computational Motor Control Vol. X (2011). Click here for pdf.


                2010

                • Taylor JA, Klemfuss NM, and Ivry RB. An explicit strategy prevails when the cerebellum fails to compute movement errors. Cerebellum. Dec;9(4):580-6 (2010). Click here for pdf.

                • Reid EK, Norris SA, Taylor JA, Hathaway EN, Smith AJ, Yittri EA, and Thach WT. Is the parvocellular red nucleus involved in cerebellar motor learning? Current Trends in Neurology, 3:15-22 (2010). Click here for pdf.


                2009

                • Taylor JA, Ghorayshi A, and Ivry RB. The Cost of Strategic Control: Attenuation of Adaptation. Advances in Computational Motor Control Vol. VIII (2009). Click here for pdf.


                2008

                • Taylor JA and Thoroughman KA. Motor adaptation scaled by the difficulty of secondary cognitive task. PLoS ONE, Jun 18;3(6) (2008). Click here for pdf.

                • Wang X, Xu R, Abernathey G, Taylor J, Alzghoul MG, Hannon K, Hockerman GH, Pond AL. Kv11.1 channel subunit composition included MinK and varies developmentally in mouse cardiac muscle. Developmental Dynamics Sep;237(9):2430-7 (2008). Click here for pdf.


                2007

                • Taylor JA and Thoroughman KA. Divided attention impairs motor adaptation but not feedback control. The Journal of Neurophysiology, 98: 317-326 (2007). Click here for pdf.

                • Thoroughman KA, Fine MS, and Taylor JA. Trial-by-trial motor adaptation: window into elemental neural computation. Progress in Brain Research, 165: 373-382 (2007). Click here for pdf.

                • Taylor JA and Thoroughman K.A. Divided attention during motor memory formation affects specifically fast adaptive processes and alters mid-movement feedback control. Advances in Computational Motor Control Vol. VI (2007). Click here for pdf.


                2006

                Tough year!


                2005

                • Thoroughman KA and Taylor JA. Rapid reshaping of human motor generalization. The Journal of Neuroscience, 25: 8948-8953 (2005). Click here for pdf.


                2004

                • Taylor J, Babbs CF, Alzghoul MB, Olsen A, Latour M, Pond AL, and Hannon K. Optimization of ectopic gene expression in skeletal muscle through DNA transfer by electroporation. BMC Biotechnology, 4: 11 (2004). Click here for pdf.

                • Thoroughman KA and Taylor JA. Experience-dependent adaptation of the spatial generalization of human motor adaptation. Advances in Computational Motor Vol. III (2004). Click here for pdf.