Jordan A. Taylor, Ph.D.

Psychology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Motor Control, Motor Learning
"Jordan A Taylor"
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William Thomas Thach grad student Washington University
Neuro Psychology grad student 2013- Princeton
Kurt A. Thoroughman grad student 2003-2007 Washington University
 (Human motor control and learning of novel dynamic forces and the influence of attentional control.)
Todd S. Braver post-doc
Richard Ivry post-doc 2008- UC Berkeley


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Tianhe Wang research assistant
Krista M. Bond research assistant 2013-2017 Princeton
Judith E. Fan grad student Princeton
Sarah A. Hutter grad student Princeton
Samuel D. McDougle grad student 2013- Princeton
Eugene Poh post-doc Princeton
Peter A. Butcher post-doc 2014- Princeton
Carlo Campagnoli post-doc 2017-2021 Princeton
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McDougle SD, Tsay JS, Pitt B, et al. (2022) Continuous manipulation of mental representations is compromised in cerebellar degeneration. Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Mushtaq F, McDougle SD, Craddock MP, et al. (2022) Distinct Neural Signatures of Outcome Monitoring After Selection and Execution Errors. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-18
McDougle SD, Wilterson SA, Turk-Browne NB, et al. (2021) Revisiting the Role of the Medial Temporal Lobe in Motor Learning. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-18
Wang T, Taylor JA. (2021) Implicit adaptation to mirror-reversal is in the correct coordinate system but the wrong direction. Journal of Neurophysiology
Forano M, Schween R, Taylor JA, et al. (2021) Direct and indirect cues can enable dual-adaptation, but through different learning processes. Journal of Neurophysiology
Wilterson SA, Taylor JA. (2021) Implicit visuomotor adaptation remains limited after several days of training. Eneuro
Campagnoli C, Domini F, Taylor JA. (2021) Taking aim at the perceptual side of motor learning: Exploring how explicit and implicit learning encode perceptual error information through depth vision. Journal of Neurophysiology
Cesanek E, Taylor JA, Domini F. (2020) Persistent grasping errors produce depth cue reweighting in perception. Vision Research. 178: 1-11
Schween R, McDougle SD, Hegele M, et al. (2020) Assessing explicit strategies in force field adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology
Cesanek E, Taylor JA, Domini F. (2020) Sensorimotor adaptation and cue reweighting compensate for distorted 3D shape information, accounting for paradoxical perception-action dissociations. Journal of Neurophysiology
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