Samuel David McDougle
Samuel David McDougle
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Yale University
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Explicit and implicit processes constitute the fast and slow processes of sensorimotor learning
SD McDougle, KM Bond, JA Taylor
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (26), 9568–9579, 2015
Taking aim at the cognitive side of learning in sensorimotor adaptation tasks
SD McDougle, RB Ivry, JA Taylor
Trends in cognitive sciences 20 (7), 535-544, 2016
Dissociable cognitive strategies for sensorimotor learning
SD McDougle, JA Taylor
Nature communications 10 (1), 40, 2019
Behavioral, physiological, and neural signatures of surprise during naturalistic sports viewing
JW Antony, TH Hartshorne, K Pomeroy, TM Gureckis, U Hasson, ...
Neuron 109 (2), 377-390. e7, 2021
Credit assignment in movement-dependent reinforcement learning
SD McDougle, MJ Boggess, MJ Crossley, D Parvin, RB Ivry, JA Taylor
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (24), 6797-6802, 2016
Implications of plan-based generalization in sensorimotor adaptation
SD McDougle, KM Bond, JA Taylor
Journal of Neurophysiology 118 (1), 383–393, 2017
Adaptive timing of motor output in the mouse: the role of movement oscillations in eyelid conditioning
SN Chettih, SD McDougle, LI Ruffolo, JF Medina
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 5, 72, 2011
Assessing explicit strategies in force field adaptation
R Schween, SD McDougle, M Hegele, JA Taylor
Journal of neurophysiology 123 (4), 1552-1565, 2020
Going beyond primary motor cortex to improve brain–computer interfaces
JA Gallego, TR Makin, SD McDougle
Trends in neurosciences 45 (3), 176-183, 2022
The role of executive function in shaping reinforcement learning
M Rmus, SD McDougle, AGE Collins
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 38, 66-73, 2021
Modeling the influence of working memory, reinforcement, and action uncertainty on reaction time and choice during instrumental learning
SD McDougle, AGE Collins
Psychonomic bulletin & review 28, 20-39, 2021
Credit assignment in a motor decision making task is influenced by agency and not sensory prediction errors
DE Parvin, SD McDougle, JA Taylor, RB Ivry
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (19), 4521-4530, 2018
Motor learning without movement
OA Kim, AD Forrence, SD McDougle
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (30), e2204379119, 2022
Neural signatures of prediction errors in a decision-making task are modulated by action execution failures
SD McDougle, PA Butcher, DE Parvin, F Mushtaq, Y Niv, RB Ivry, ...
Current Biology 29 (10), 1606-1613. e5, 2019
Continuous manipulation of mental representations is compromised in cerebellar degeneration
SD McDougle, JS Tsay, B Pitt, M King, W Saban, JA Taylor, RB Ivry
Brain 145 (12), 4246-4263, 2022
Prolonged response time helps eliminate residual errors in visuomotor adaptation
L Langsdorf, J Maresch, M Hegele, SD McDougle, R Schween
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 28, 834-844, 2021
Contextual effects in sensorimotor adaptation adhere to associative learning rules
G Avraham, JA Taylor, A Breska, RB Ivry, SD McDougle
Elife 11, e75801, 2022
Executive function assigns value to novel goal-congruent outcomes
SD McDougle, IC Ballard, B Baribault, SJ Bishop, AGE Collins
Cerebral Cortex 32 (1), 231-247, 2022
Revisiting the role of the medial temporal lobe in motor learning
SD McDougle, SA Wilterson, NB Turk-Browne, JA Taylor
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 34 (3), 532-549, 2022
“Don't [ruminate], be happy”: A cognitive perspective linking depression and anhedonia
AV Rutherford, SD McDougle, J Joormann
Clinical Psychology Review 101, 102255, 2023
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