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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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
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Schween R, McDougle SD, Hegele M, et al. (2020) Assessing explicit strategies in force field adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology
Schween R, Langsdorf L, Taylor JA, et al. (2019) How different effectors and action effects modulate the formation of separate motor memories. Scientific Reports. 9: 17040
McDougle SD, Butcher PA, Parvin DE, et al. (2019) Neural Signatures of Prediction Errors in a Decision-Making Task Are Modulated by Action Execution Failures. Current Biology : Cb
Poh E, Taylor JA. (2019) Generalization via superposition: Combined effects of mixed reference frame representations for explicit and implicit learning in a visuomotor adaptation task. Journal of Neurophysiology
Wong AL, Marvel CL, Taylor JA, et al. (2019) Can patients with cerebellar disease switch learning mechanisms to reduce their adaptation deficits? Brain : a Journal of Neurology
McDougle SD, Taylor JA. (2019) Dissociable cognitive strategies for sensorimotor learning. Nature Communications. 10: 40
Liew SL, Thompson T, Ramirez J, et al. (2018) Variable Neural Contributions to Explicit and Implicit Learning During Visuomotor Adaptation. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 610
Schween R, Taylor JA, Hegele M. (2018) Plan-based generalization shapes local implicit adaptation to opposing visuomotor transformations. Journal of Neurophysiology
Hutter SA, Taylor JA. (2018) Relative sensitivity of explicit re-aiming and implicit motor adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology
Parvin DE, McDougle SD, Taylor JA, et al. (2018) Credit assignment in a motor decision making task is influenced by agency and not sensorimotor prediction errors. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
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