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Nashed, J.Y., Diamond, J.S., Gallivan, J.P., Wolpert, D.M. & Flanagan, J.R. (accepted) Grip force when reaching under target uncertainty provides evidence for motor optimization over averaging. Scientific Reports.

Hernandez-Castillo, C., Nashed, J.Y., Fernandez-Ruiz, J., Wang, J.Z., Gallivan, J.P., & Cook, D.J. (2017) Increased functional connectivity after stroke correlates with behavioral scores in a non-human primate model. Scientific Reports7(1): 6701. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-07175-y. PDF

Lowe, M.X., Rajsic, J., Gallivan, J.P., Ferber, S. & Cant, J.S. (2017) Neural representation of geometry and surface properties in object and scene perception. Neuroimage. 157: 586-597 PDF

de Brouwer, A., Jarvis, T., Gallivan, J.P. & Flanagan, J.R. (2017) Parallel specification of visuomotor feedback gains during bimanual reaching to independent goals. eNeuro. 4(2) e0026-17.2017 1–12 PDF

Hutchison, R.M. & Gallivan, J.P. (2017) Functional coupling between frontoparietal and occipitotemporal pathways during action and perception. Cortex. PDF

Gallivan, J.P., Stewart, B., Baugh, L., Wolpert, D.M. & Flanagan, J.R. (2017) Rapid automatic motor encoding of competing reach options. Cell Reports.18, 1619-1626. PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA


Gallivan, J.P., Bowman, N., Chapman, C.S., Wolpert, D.M. & Flanagan, J.R. (2016) The sequential encoding of competing action goals involves dynamic restructuring of motor plans in working memory. Journal of Neurophysiology. 115(6): 3113-22. PDF

Gallivan, J.P., Logan, L., Wolpert, D.M. & Flanagan, J.R. (2016). Parallel specification of competing sensorimotor control policies for alternative action options. Nature Neuroscience. 19(2): 320-6. PDF

Gallivan, J.P., Johnsrude, I.S., & Flanagan, J.R. (2016) Planning ahead: Object-directed sequential actions decoded from human frontoparietal and occipitotemporal networks. Cerebral Cortex. 26(2): 708-30. PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

Lowe, M.X., Gallivan, J.P., Ferber, S. & Cant, J.S. (2016) Feature diagnosticity and task-context shape activity in human scene-selective cortex. Neuroimage. 125: 681-692 PDF


Gallivan, J.P., Barton, K.S., Chapman, C.S., Wolpert, D.M., & Flanagan, J.R. (2015) Action plan co-optimization reveals the parallel encoding of competing reach movements. Nature Communications. PDF

Chapman, C.S., Gallivan, J.P., Wong, J.W., Wispinski, N.J. & Enns, J.T. (2015) The snooze of lose: Rapid reaching reveals that losses are processed more slowly than gains. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 144 (4): 844-63. PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

Hutchison, R.M., Culham, J.C., Flanagan, J.R., Everling, S. & Gallivan, J.P. (2015) Functional subdivisions of medial parieto-occipital cortex in humans and nonhuman primates using resting state fMRI. Neuroimage. 116: 10-29. PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

Gallivan, J.P. & Culham, J.C. (2015) Neural coding within human brain areas involved in actions. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 33: 141-149. PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

Chapman, C.S., Gallivan, J.P., & Enns, J.T. (2015) Separating value from selection frequency in rapid reaching biases to visual targets. Visual Cognition. PDF


Stewart, B.*, Gallivan, J.P.*, Baugh, L., & Flanagan, J.R. (2014) Motor, not visual, encoding of potential reach targets. Current Biology. 24(19): R953-R954. PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA *co-first author.

Gallivan, J.P.* & Chapman, C.S.* (2014) Three-dimensional reach trajectories as a probe of real-time decision-making between multiple competing targets. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 8:215 1-19. PDF *co-first author.

Gallivan, J.P., Cant, J.S., Goodale, M.A. & Flanagan, J.R. (2014) Representation of object weight in human ventral visual cortex. Current Biology. 24(16): 1866-1873. PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA
Commentary by Kentridge (2014) Object Perception: Where do we see the weight? Current Biology 24(16): R740-41 PDF

Hutchison, R.M., Culham, J.C., Everling, S., Flanagan, J.R. & Gallivan, J.P. (2014) Distinct and distributed functional connectivity patterns across cortex reflect domain-specific constraints of object, face, scene, body, and tool category-selective modules in the ventral visual pathway. Neuroimage. 96: 216-236 PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

Chapman, C.S.*, Gallivan, J.P.*, Wood, D.K., Milne, J.L., Ansari, D., Culham, J.C.,  & Goodale, M.A. (2014) Counting on the motor system: Rapid action planning reveals the format- and magnitude-dependent extraction of numerical quantity. Journal of Vision. 14 (3): 1-19. PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA *co-first author.

Gallivan, J.P. (2014) A motor-oriented organization of human ventral visual cortex? Journal of Neuroscience 34 (9): 3119-3121. PDF


Stewart, B. M., Baugh, L.A., Gallivan, J.P. & Flanagan, J.R. (2013) Simultaneous encoding of the direction and orientation of potential targets during reach planning: evidence of multiple competing reach plans.Journal of Neurophysiology 110 (4): 807-816. PDF

Milne, J.L., Chapman, C.S., Gallivan, J.P., Wood, D.K., Culham, J.C., & Goodale, M.A. (2013) Connecting the Dots: Object connectedness deceives perception but not movement planning. Psychological Science 24 (8): 1456-1465. PDF  SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

Gallivan, J. P., Chapman, C.S., McLean, D.A., Flanagan, J.R., & Culham, J.C. (2013) Activity patterns in the category-selective occipitotemporal cortex predict upcoming motor acitons. European Journal of Neuroscience 38 (3): 2408-2424. PDF

Gallivan, J. P.McLean, D.A., Valyear, K.F., & Culham, J.C. (2013) Decoding the neural mechanisms of human tool use. eLife 2:e00425. PDF
Commentary by Mahon (2013) Watching the brain in action. eLife 2:e00866. PDF

Gallivan, J. P.McLean, D.A., Flanagan, J.R., & Culham, J.C. (2013) Where one hand meets the other: Limb-specific and action-dependent movement plans decoded from preparatory signals in single human frontoparietal brain areas. Journal of Neuroscience 33 (5): 1991-2008. PDF 


Hutchison, R.M., Gallivan, J.P.Culham, J.C., Gati, J.S., Menon, R.S., & Everling, S. (2012) Functional connectivity of the frontal eye fields in humans and macaque monkeys investigated with resting state fMRI.Journal of Neurophysiology 107 (9): 2463-2474. PDF

Valyear, K.F., Gallivan, J.P., McLean, D.A., & Culham, J.C. (2012) fMRI repetition suppression for familiar but not arbitrary actions with tools. Journal of Neuroscience 32 (12): 4247-4259. PDF


Gallivan, J. P., McLean, D.A., Smith, F.W. & Culham, J.C. (2011) Decoding effector-dependent and effector-independent movement intentions from human parieto-frontal brain activity. Journal of Neuroscience 31(47): 17149-17168 PDF

Gallivan, J.P., McLean, D.A., & Culham, J.C. (2011) Neuroimaging reveals enhanced activation in a reach-selective brain area for objects located within participants' typical hand workspace. Neuropsychologia 49 (13): 3710-3721 PDF SUPPLEMENTARY DATA

Wood, D.K., Gallivan, J.P., Chapman, C.S., Milne, J.L., Culham, J.C., and Goodale, M.A.  (2011) Visual salience dominates early visuomotor competition in reaching behaviour. Journal of Vision 11(10): 16, 1-11 PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

Gallivan, J. P., McLean, D.A., Valyear, K.F., Pettypiece, C., & Culham, J.C. (2011) Decoding action intentions from preparatory brain activity in human parieto-frontal networks. Journal of Neuroscience 31 (26): 9599-9610 PDF
Findings covered in the Journal Club section of the Journal of Neuroscience -- see Vesia and Davare (2011). PDF
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Valyear, K. F., Chapman, C.S., Gallivan, J.P., Mark, R.S. & Culham, J.C. (2011) To use or to move: Goal-set modulates priming when grasping real tools. Experimental Brain Research. 212/1: 125-142. PDF

Chapman, C.S., Gallivan, J.P., Culham, J.C., & Goodale, M.A. (2011) Mental Blocks: fMRI reveals top-down modulation of early visual cortex when planning a grasp movement that is interfered with by an obstacle. Neuropsychologia 49: 1703-1717. PDF SUPPLEMENTARY DATA

Gallivan, J.P.*, Chapman, C.S.*, Wood, D.K., Milne, J.L., Ansari, D., Culham, J.C., & Goodale, M.A. (2011) One to four, but nothing more: Non-conscious parallel object individuation of objects in action planning. Psychological Science 22 (6): 803-811. PDF SUPPLEMENTARY DATA *co-first author


Chapman,C.S.*, Gallivan, J.P.*, Wood, D.K., Milne, J.L., Culham, J.C., & Goodale, M.A.(2010) Short-term motor plasticity revealed in a visuomotor decision-making task. Behavioural Brain Research 214 (1): 130-134PDF SUPPLEMENTARY DATA *co-first author

Chapman,C.S.*, Gallivan, J.P.*, Wood, D.K., Milne, J.L., Culham, J.C., & Goodale, M.A.(2010) Reaching for the unknown: Multiple target encoding and real-time decision making in a rapid reach task. Cognition116 (2): 168-176. PDF SUPPLEMENTARY DATA *co-first author

Barry, R.L., Williams, J.M., Klassen, L.M., Gallivan, J.P., Culham, J.C., & Menon, R.S. (2010) Evaluation of preprocessing steps to compensate for magnetic field distortions due to body movements in BOLD fMRI. Magnetic Resonance Imaging 28 (2): 235-244. PDF


Gallivan, J.P., & Wood, D.K. (2009) Simultaneous encoding of potential grasping movements in the anterior intraparietal area. Journal of Neuroscience 29 (39): 12031-12032. PDF

Gallivan, J.P., Cavina-Pratesi, C., & Culham, J.C. (2009) Is that within reach? fMRI reveals that the human superior parieto-occipital cortex (SPOC) encodes objects reachable by the hand. Journal of Neuroscience 29 (14): 4381-91. PDF SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

Book Chapters:

Gallivan, J.P. & Goodale, M.A. (in press) The dorsal 'action' pathway. In G. Vallar & H.B. Coslett (Eds.), The Parietal lobes. Neurological and neuropsychological deficits. Handbook of clinical neurology, 3rd series. New York: Elsevier.

Culham, J. C., Gallivan, J.P., Cavina-Pratesi, C., & Quinlan, D. J. (2008) fMRI investigations of reaching and ego space in human superior parieto-occipital cortex. In R. Klatzky, M. Behrmann & B. MacWhinney (Eds.), Embodiment, Ego Space and Action. New York: Psychology Press. pp. 247-274. PDF