Reading List 20


June 7, 2019

Here are the articles that we are reading this week.

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Universal Transform or Multiple Functionality? Understanding the Contribution of the Human Cerebellum across Task Domains
Diedrichsen, J., King, M., Hernandez-Castillo, C., Sereno, M., and Ivry, R.B.
Neuron 102, 918–928 (2019)


A stable, long-term cortical signature underlying consistent behavior
Gallego, J.A., Perich, M.G., Chowdhury, R.H., Solla, S.A., and Miller, L.E.
bioRxiv, 447441 (2019)


Augmented manipulation ability in humans with six-fingered hands
Mehring, C., Akselrod, M., Bashford, L., Mace, M., Choi, H., Blüher, M., Buschhoff, A.-S., Pistohl, T., Salomon, R., Cheah, A., Blanke O., Serino A., Burdet E.
Nat. Commun. 10, 2401 (2019)


Accurate Estimation of Neural Population Dynamics without Spike Sorting
Trautmann, E.M., Stavisky, S.D., Lahiri, S., Ames, K.C., Kaufman, M.T., O’Shea, D.J., Vyas, S., Sun, X., Ryu, S.I., Ganguli, S., Shenoy K.V.
Neuron (2019)


The Contributions of Individual Muscle-Tendon Units to the Plantarflexor Group Force-Length Properties
Javidi, M., McGowan, C.P., and Lin, D.C.
Ann. Biomed. Eng. (2019)


Haptic metameric textures
Kuroki, S., Sawayama, M., and Nishida, S.
bioRxiv, 653550 (2019)


Shaking Paws Is Not the Same as Shaking Hands
Bush, N.E., Zweifel, N.O., and Hartmann, M.J.Z.
Neuron 102, 911–913 (2019)


Cortico-Cortical Systems Underlying High-Order Motor Control
Battaglia-Mayer, A., and Caminiti, R.
J. Neurosci. (2019)


Maintaining arm control during self-triggered and unpredictable unloading perturbations
Reschechtko, S., Johansson, A.S., and Pruszynski, J.A.
Eur J Neurosci. (2019)


Restored tactile sensation improves neuroprosthetic arm control
Flesher, S.N., Downey, J.E., Weiss, J.M., Hughes, C.L., Herrera, A.J., Tyler-Kabara, E.C., Boninger, M.L., Collinger, J.L., and Gaunt, R.A.
bioRxiv, 653428 (2019)


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