Avraham, Guy, Jordan A. Taylor, Assaf Breska, Richard B. Ivry, and Samuel D. McDougle. “Contextual Effects in Motor Adaptation Adhere to Associative Learning Rules.” bioRxiv n. pag.
Poh, Eugene, Naser Al-Fawakari, Rachel Tam, Jordan Taylor, and Samuel McDougle. “Generalization of Motor Learning in Psychological Space.” bioRxiv n. pag.
McDougle, Samuel D., Jonathan S. Tsay, Benjamin Pitt, Maedbh King, William Saban, Jordan A. Taylor, and Richard B. Ivry. “Continuous Manipulation of Mental Representations Is Compromised in Cerebellar Degeneration.” Brain awac072 (2022): n. pag.
McDougle, Samuel D., Sarah A. Wilterson, Nicholas B. Turk-Browne, and Jordan A. Taylor. “Revisiting the Role of the Medial Temporal Lobe in Motor Learning.” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 34.3 (2022): 532–549.
Mushtaq, Faisal, Samuel D. McDougle, Matt P. Craddock, Darius E. Parvin, Jack Brookes, Alexandre Schaefer, Mark Mon-Williams, Jordan A. Taylor, and Richard B. Ivry. “Distinct Neural Signatures of Outcome Monitoring After Selection and Execution Errors.” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 34.5 (2022): 748–765.
Campagnoli, Carlo, Fulvio Domini, and Jordan A. Taylor. “Taking Aim at the Perceptual Side of Motor Learning: Exploring How Explicit and Implicit Learning Encode Perceptual Error Information through Depth Vision.” J Neurophysiol 126.2 (2021): 413–426.
Cesanek, Evan, Jordan A. Taylor, and Fulvio Domini. “Persistent Grasping Errors Produce Depth Cue Reweighting in Perception.” Vision Research 178 (2021): n. pag.
Forano, Marion, Raphael Schween, Jordan A. Taylor, Mathias Hegele, and David W. Franklin. “Direct and Indirect Cues Can Enable Dual Adaptation, But through Different Learning Processes.” J Neurophysiol 126.5 (2021): 1490–1506.
Wang, Tianhe, and Jordan A. Taylor. “Implicit Adaptation to Mirror Reversal Is in the Correct Coordinate System But the Wrong Direction.” J Neurophysiol 126.5 (2021): 1478–1489.
Wilterson, Sarah A., and Jordan A. Taylor. “Implicit Visuomotor Adaptation Remains Limited After Several Days of Training.” eNeuro (2021): n. pag.
Cesanek, Evan, Jordan A. Taylor, and Fulvio Domini. “Sensorimotor Adaptation and Cue Reweighing Compensate for Distorted 3D Shape Information, Accounting for Paradoxical Perception-Action Dissociations.” J Neurophysiol 123.4 (2020): 1407–1419.
Schween, Raphael, Samuel D. McDougle, Mathias Hegele, and Jordan A. Taylor. “Assessing Explicit Strategies in Force Field Adaptation.” J Neurophysiol 123.4 (2020): 1552–1565.
Taylor, Jordan, and Samuel McDougle. “Visuomotor Adaptation Tasks As a Window into the Interplay Between Explicit and Implicit Cognitive Processes.” Cognitive Neurosciences VI. MIT Press, 2020. 549–558. Print.
McDougle, Samuel, Peter Butcher, Darius Parvin, Fasial Mushtaq, Yael Niv, Richard Ivry, and Jordan Taylor. “Neural Signatures of Prediction Errors in a Decision-Making Task Are Modulated by Action Execution Failures.” Curr Biol 29.10 (2019): 1606–1613.e5.
McDougle, Samuel, and Jordan Taylor. “Dissociable Cognitive Strategies for Sensorimotor Learning.” Nat Commun 10.1 (2019): 40.
Poh, Eugene, and Jordan Taylor. “Generalization via Superposition: Combined Effects of Mixed Reference Frame Representations for Explicit and Implicit Learning in a Visuomotor Adaptation Task.” J Neurophysiol 121.5 (2019): 1953–1966.
Schween, Raphael, Lisa Langsdorf, Jordan A. Taylor, and Mathias Hegele. “How Different Effectors and Action Effects Modulate the Formation of Separate Motor Memories.” Scientific Reports 9 (2019): 17040.
Wong, Aaron, Cherie Marvel, Jordan Taylor, and John Krakauer. “Can Patients With Cerebellar Disease Switch Learning Mechanisms to Reduce Their Adaptation Deficits?.” Brain 142.3 (2019): 662–673.
Butcher, Peter, and Jordan Taylor. “Decomposition of a Sensory Prediction Error Signal for Visuomotor Adaptation.” J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 44.2 (2018): 176–194.
Cesanek, Evan, Carlo Campagnoli, Jordan Taylor, and Fulvio Domini. “Does Visuomotor Adaptation Contribute to Illusion-Resistant Grasping?.” Psychon Bull Rev 25.2 (2018): 827–845.
Hutter, Sarah, and Jordan Taylor. “Relative Sensitivity of Explicit Reaiming and Implicit Motor Adaptation.” J Neurophysiol 120.5 (2018): 2640–2648.
Liew, Sook-Lei, Tziporah Thompson, Joel Ramirez, Peter Butcher, Jordan Taylor, and Pablo Celnik. “Variable Neural Contributions to Explicit and Implicit Learning During Visuomotor Adaptation.” Front Neurosci 12 (2018): 610.
Parvin, Darius, Samuel McDougle, Jordan Taylor, and Richard Ivry. “Credit Assignment in a Motor Decision Making Task Is Influenced by Agency and Not Sensory Prediction Errors.” J Neurosci 38.19 (2018): 4521–4530.
Schween, Raphael, Jordan Taylor, and Mathias Hegele. “Plan-Based Generalization Shapes Local Implicit Adaptation to Opposing Visuomotor Transformations.” J Neurophysiol 120.6 (2018): 2775–2787.
Bond, Krista, and Jordan Taylor. “Structural Learning in a Visuomotor Adaptation Task Is Explicitly Accessible.” eNeuro 4.4 (2017): n. pag.
Butcher, Peter, Richard Ivry, Sheng-Han Kuo, David Rydz, John Krakauer, and Jordan Taylor. “The Cerebellum Does More Than Sensory Prediction Error-Based Learning in Sensorimotor Adaptation Tasks.” J Neurophysiol 118.3 (2017): 1622–1636.
McDougle, Samuel, Krista Bond, and Jordan Taylor. “Implications of Plan-Based Generalization in Sensorimotor Adaptation.” J Neurophysiol 118.1 (2017): 383–393.
Morehead, Ryan, Jordan Taylor, Darius Parvin, and Richard Ivry. “Characteristics of Implicit Sensorimotor Adaptation Revealed by Task-Irrelevant Clamped Feedback.” J Cogn Neurosci 29.6 (2017): 1061–1074.
Stark-Inbar, Alit, Meher Raza, Jordan Taylor, and Richard Ivry. “Individual Differences in Implicit Motor Learning: Task Specificity in Sensorimotor Adaptation and Sequence Learning.” J Neurophysiol 117.1 (2017): 412–428.
Brudner, Samuel, Nikhit Kethidi, Damaris Graeupner, Richard Ivry, and Jordan Taylor. “Delayed Feedback During Sensorimotor Learning Selectively Disrupts Adaptation But Not Strategy Use.” J Neurophysiol 115.3 (2016): 1499–511.
Day, Kevin, Ryan Roemmich, Jordan Taylor, and Amy Bastian. “Visuomotor Learning Generalizes Around the Intended Movement.” eNeuro 3.2 (2016): n. pag.
Fan, Judith, Nicholas Turk-Browne, and Jordan Taylor. “Error-Driven Learning in Statistical Summary Perception.” J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 42.2 (2016): 266–80.
McDougle, Samuel, Richard Ivry, and Jordan Taylor. “Taking Aim at the Cognitive Side of Learning in Sensorimotor Adaptation Tasks.” Trends Cogn Sci 20.7 (2016): 535–544.
McDougle, Samuel, Matthew Boggess, Matthew Crossley, Darius Parvin, Richard Ivry, and Jordan Taylor. “Credit Assignment in Movement-Dependent Reinforcement Learning.” Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 113.24 (2016): 6797–802.
Poh, Eugene, Timothy Carroll, and Jordan Taylor. “Effect of Coordinate Frame Compatibility on the Transfer of Implicit and Explicit Learning across Limbs.” J Neurophysiol 116.3 (2016): 1239–49.
Bond, Krista, and Jordan Taylor. “Flexible Explicit But Rigid Implicit Learning in a Visuomotor Adaptation Task.” J Neurophysiol 113.10 (2015): 3836–49.
McDougle, Samuel, Krista Bond, and Jordan Taylor. “Explicit and Implicit Processes Constitute the Fast and Slow Processes of Sensorimotor Learning.” J Neurosci 35.26 (2015): 9568–79.
Taylor, Jordan, and Richard Ivry. “Cerebellar and Prefrontal Cortex Contributions to Adaptation, Strategies, and Reinforcement Learning.” Prog Brain Res 210 (2014): 217–53.
Taylor, Jordan, John Krakauer, and Richard Ivry. “Explicit and Implicit Contributions to Learning in a Sensorimotor Adaptation Task.” J Neurosci 34.8 (2014): 3023–32.
Fan, Judith, Nicholas Turk-Browne, and Jordan Taylor. “Feedback-Driven Tuning of Statistical Summary Representations.” Vis cogn 21.6 (2013): 685–689.
Morehead, Ryan, Peter Butcher, and Jordan Taylor. “Does Fast Learning Depend on Declarative Mechanisms?.” J Neurosci 31.14 (2011): 5184–5.
Norris, Scott, Emily Hathaway, Jordan Taylor, and Thomas Thach. “Cerebellar Inactivation Impairs Memory of Learned Prism Gaze-Reach Calibrations.” J Neurophysiol 105.5 (2011): 2248–59.
Prinzmetal, William, Jordan Taylor, Loretta Barry Myers, and Jacqueline Nguyen-Espino. “Contingent Capture and Inhibition of Return: A Comparison of Mechanisms.” Exp Brain Res 214.1 (2011): 47–60.
Stoloff, Rebecca, Jordan Taylor, Jing Xu, Arne Ridderikhoff, and Richard Ivry. “Effect of Reinforcement History on Hand Choice in an Unconstrained Reaching Task.” Front Neurosci 5 (2011): 41.
Taylor, Jordan, Greg Wojaczynski, and Richard Ivry. “Trial-by-Trial Analysis of Intermanual Transfer During Visuomotor Adaptation.” J Neurophysiol 106.6 (2011): 3157–72.
Taylor, Jordan, and Richard Ivry. “Flexible Cognitive Strategies During Motor Learning.” PLoS Comput Biol 7.3 (2011): e1001096.