Reading List 13


April 19, 2019

Here are the articles that caught our attention this week.

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Single-trial neural dynamics are dominated by richly varied movements
Musall, S., Kaufman, M.T., Juavinett, A.L., Gluf, S., and Churchland, A.K.
bioRxiv, 308288 (2019)


Rats Generate Vibrissal Sensory Evidence until Boundary Crossing Triggers a Decision
Zuo, Y., and Diamond, M.E.
Curr. Biol. (2019)

Texture Identification by Bounded Integration of Sensory Cortical Signals
Zuo, Y., and Diamond, M.E.
Curr. Biol. (2019)


Physiological validation of the decomposition of surface EMG signals
Enoka, R.M.
J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 46, 70–83 (2019)


Macaque dorsal premotor cortex exhibits decision-related activity only when specific stimulus–response associations are known
Wang, M., Montanède, C., Chandrasekaran, C., Peixoto, D., Shenoy, K.V., and Kalaska, J.F.
Nat. Commun. 10, 1793 (2019)


Blocking tactile input to one finger using anaesthetic enhances touch perception and learning in other fingers
Dempsey-Jones, H., Themistocleous, A.C., Carone, D., Ng, T.W.C., Harrar, V., and Makin, T.R.
J. Exp. Psychol. Gen. 148, 713–727 (2019)


The interplay between cerebellum and basal ganglia in motor adaptation: A modeling study
Todorov, D.I., Capps, R.A., Barnett, W.H., Latash, E.M., Kim, T., Hamade, K.C., Markin, S.N., Rybak, I.A., and Molkov, Y.I.
PLoS One 14, e0214926 (2019)


Unsupervised learning by competing hidden units
Krotov, D., and J Hopfield, J.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. (2019)


Opposing Influence of Sensory and Motor Cortical Input on Striatal Circuitry and Choice Behavior
Lee, C.R., Yonk, A.J., Wiskerke, J., Paradiso, K.G., Tepper, J.M., and Margolis, D.J.
Curr. Biol. (2019)


Rapid changes in tissue mechanics regulate cell behaviour in the developing embryonic brain
Thompson, A.J., Pillai, E.K., Dimov, I.B., Foster, S.K., Holt, C.E., and Franze, K.
Elife 8 (2019)

Superlab Publications

Here we list new papers by members of the sensoriomotor superlab:

Neural Signatures of Reward and Sensory Error Feedback Processing in Motor Learning
Palidis, D.J., Cashaback, J.G.A., and Gribble, P.L.
J. Neurophysiol. 121:1561-74 (2019)

Both Fast and Slow Learning Processes Contribute to Savings Following Sensorimotor Adaptation
Coltman, S.K., Cashaback, J.G., and Gribble, P.L.
J. Neurophysiol. 121:1575-83 (2019)


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Please keep in mind that the appearance of a paper on our reading list should not necessarily be considered an endorsement of the work unless of course we explicitly endorse it, for example in a blurb. These are just papers that have caught our attention this week. As always, please read papers with a critical eye.