Jason Gallivan
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Decoding action intentions from preparatory brain activity in human parieto-frontal networks
JP Gallivan, DA McLean, KF Valyear, CE Pettypiece, JC Culham
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (26), 9599-9610, 2011
1962011
Is that within reach? fMRI reveals that the human superior parieto-occipital cortex encodes objects reachable by the hand
JP Gallivan, C Cavina-Pratesi, JC Culham
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (14), 4381-4391, 2009
1932009
Neural coding within human brain areas involved in actions
JP Gallivan, JC Culham
Current opinion in neurobiology 33, 141-149, 2015
1322015
Decoding the neural mechanisms of human tool use
JP Gallivan, DA McLean, KF Valyear, JC Culham
Elife 2, e00425, 2013
1322013
Reaching for the unknown: multiple target encoding and real-time decision-making in a rapid reach task
CS Chapman, JP Gallivan, DK Wood, JL Milne, JC Culham, MA Goodale
Cognition 116 (2), 168-176, 2010
1292010
Decoding effector-dependent and effector-independent movement intentions from human parieto-frontal brain activity
JP Gallivan, DA McLean, FW Smith, JC Culham
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (47), 17149-17168, 2011
1182011
Where one hand meets the other: limb-specific and action-dependent movement plans decoded from preparatory signals in single human frontoparietal brain areas
JP Gallivan, DA McLean, JR Flanagan, JC Culham
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (5), 1991-2008, 2013
1122013
Functional connectivity of the frontal eye fields in humans and macaque monkeys investigated with resting-state fMRI
RM Hutchison, JP Gallivan, JC Culham, JS Gati, RS Menon, S Everling
Journal of neurophysiology 107 (9), 2463-2474, 2012
902012
Representation of object weight in human ventral visual cortex
JP Gallivan, JS Cant, MA Goodale, JR Flanagan
Current Biology 24 (16), 1866-1873, 2014
722014
Parallel specification of competing sensorimotor control policies for alternative action options
JP Gallivan, L Logan, DM Wolpert, JR Flanagan
Nature neuroscience 19 (2), 320, 2016
692016
fMRI repetition suppression for familiar but not arbitrary actions with tools
KF Valyear, JP Gallivan, DA McLean, JC Culham
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (12), 4247-4259, 2012
682012
Distinct and distributed functional connectivity patterns across cortex reflect the domain-specific constraints of object, face, scene, body, and tool category-selective …
RM Hutchison, JC Culham, S Everling, JR Flanagan, JP Gallivan
Neuroimage 96, 216-236, 2014
672014
Three-dimensional reach trajectories as a probe of real-time decision-making between multiple competing targets
JP Gallivan, CS Chapman
Frontiers in neuroscience 8, 215, 2014
642014
Activity patterns in the category‐selective occipitotemporal cortex predict upcoming motor actions
JP Gallivan, CS Chapman, DA McLean, JR Flanagan, JC Culham
European Journal of Neuroscience 38 (3), 2408-2424, 2013
552013
To use or to move: goal-set modulates priming when grasping real tools
KF Valyear, CS Chapman, JP Gallivan, RS Mark, JC Culham
Experimental brain research 212 (1), 125-142, 2011
532011
One to four, and nothing more: nonconscious parallel individuation of objects during action planning
JP Gallivan, CS Chapman, DK Wood, JL Milne, D Ansari, JC Culham, ...
Psychological science 22 (6), 803-811, 2011
522011
fMRI investigations of reaching and ego space in human superior parieto-occipital cortex
JC Culham, J Gallivan, C Cavina-Pratesi, DJ Quinlan
Embodiment, ego-space and action, 247-274, 2008
512008
Action plan co-optimization reveals the parallel encoding of competing reach movements
JP Gallivan, KS Barton, CS Chapman, DM Wolpert, JR Flanagan
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-9, 2015
482015
Neuroimaging reveals enhanced activation in a reach-selective brain area for objects located within participants’ typical hand workspaces
JP Gallivan, A McLean, JC Culham
Neuropsychologia 49 (13), 3710-3721, 2011
482011
Decision-making in sensorimotor control
JP Gallivan, CS Chapman, DM Wolpert, JR Flanagan
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 19 (9), 519-534, 2018
462018
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