Reading List 22


June 21, 2019

Here are the articles that we are reading this week.

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Domain-specific working memory, but not dopamine-related genetic variability, shapes reward-based motor learning
Holland, P., Codol, O., Oxley, E., Taylor, M., Hamshere, E., Joseph, S., Huffer, L., and Galea, J.M.
bioRxiv, 524900 (2019)


Reward Expectation Modulates Local Field Potentials, Spiking Activity and Spike-Field Coherence in the Primary Motor Cortex
An, J., Yadav, T., Hessburg, J.P., and Francis, J.T.
eNeuro (2019)


Modeling in Neuroscience as a Decision Process
Schrater, P., Kording, K., and Blohm, G.


Neural effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation at the single-cell level
Romero, M.C., Davare, M., Armendariz, M., and Janssen, P.
Nat. Commun. 10, 2642 (2019)


Spectral Hallmark of Auditory-Tactile Interactions in Somatosensory Cortex
Zhang, M., Kwon, S.E., Ben-Johny, M., O’Connor, D.H., and Issa, J.B.
bioRxiv, 668319 (2019)


Rapid adaptation to Coriolis force perturbations of voluntary body sway
Bakshi, A., DiZio, P., and Lackner, J.R.
J. Neurophysiol. 121, 2028–2041 (2019)


Touch as an auxiliary proprioceptive cue for movement control
Moscatelli, A., Bianchi, M., Ciotti, S., Bettelani, G.C., Parise, C.V., Lacquaniti, F., and Bicchi, A.
Sci Adv 5, eaaw3121 (2019)


Working Memory 2.0
Miller, E.K., Lundqvist, M., and Bastos, A.M.
Neuron 100, 463–475 (2018)


A mechatronic system for studying energy optimization during walking
Simha, S.N., Wong, J.D., Selinger, J.C., and Donelan, J.M.
IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng (2019)


Multidigit movement synergies of the human hand in an unconstrained haptic exploration task
Thakur, P.H., Bastian, A.J., and Hsiao, S.S.
J. Neurosci. 28, 1271–1281 (2008)

Postural Hand Synergies during Environmental Constraint Exploitation
Della Santina, C., Bianchi, M., Averta, G., Ciotti, S., Arapi, V., Fani, S., Battaglia, E., Catalano, M.G., Santello, M., and Bicchi, A.
Front. Neurorobot. 11, 41 (2017)


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