McDougle, Samuel D. et al. “Revisiting the Role of the Medial Temporal Lobe in Motor Learning.” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 34.3 (2022): 532–549.
Mushtaq, Faisal et al. “Distinct Neural Signatures of Outcome Monitoring After Selection and Execution Errors.” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 34.5 (2022): 748–765.


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 et al. “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.


Schween, Raphael et al. “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.


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 et al. “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.
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.
McDougle, Samuel, Krista Bond, and Jordan Taylor. “Implications of Plan-Based Generalization in Sensorimotor Adaptation.” J Neurophysiol 118.1 (2017): 383–393.


Day, Kevin et al. “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 et al. “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.
Taylor, Jordan, and Richard Ivry. “Context-Dependent Generalization.” Front Hum Neurosci 7 (2013): 171.
Taylor, Jordan, Laura Hieber, and Richard Ivry. “Feedback-Dependent Generalization.” J Neurophysiol 109.1 (2013): 202–15.


Taylor, Jordan, and Richard Ivry. “The Role of Strategies in Motor Learning.” Ann N Y Acad Sci 1251 (2012): 1–12.


Morehead, Ryan, Peter Butcher, and Jordan Taylor. “Does Fast Learning Depend on Declarative Mechanisms?.” J Neurosci 31.14 (2011): 5184–5.
Norris, Scott et al. “Cerebellar Inactivation Impairs Memory of Learned Prism Gaze-Reach Calibrations.” J Neurophysiol 105.5 (2011): 2248–59.
Prinzmetal, William et al. “Contingent Capture and Inhibition of Return: A Comparison of Mechanisms.” Exp Brain Res 214.1 (2011): 47–60.
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.


Taylor, Jordan, Nola Klemfuss, and Richard Ivry. “An Explicit Strategy Prevails When the Cerebellum Fails to Compute Movement Errors.” Cerebellum 9.4 (2010): 580–6.