Reading List 33


September 6, 2019

Here are the articles that we are reading this week.

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Context-dependent decision making in a premotor circuit
Wu, Z., Litwin-Kumar, A., Shamash, P., Taylor, A., Axel, R., and Shadlen, M.N.
bioRxiv, 757104 (2019)


Exercise, fatigue and proprioception: a retrospective
Proske, U.
Exp. Brain Res (2019)


Highlights from the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neural Control of Movement
Mathis, A., Pack, A.R., Maeda, R.S., and McDougle, S.D.
J. Neurophysiol (2019)


Why is the explicit component of motor adaptation limited in elderly adults?
Vandevoorde, K., and Orban de Xivry, J.J.
bioRxiv, 753160 (2019)


Movement Improves the Quality of Temporal Perception and Decision-Making
Wiener, M., Zhou, W., Bader, F., and Joiner, W.M.
eNeuro 6 (2019)


Modeling the Role of Sensory Feedback in Speech Motor Control and Learning
Parrell, B., and Houde, J.
J Speech Lang Hear Res 62, 2963–2985 (2019)


Tactile angle discriminability improvement: roles of training time intervals and different types of training tasks Wang, W., Yang, J., Yu, Y., Wu, Q., Yu, J., Takahashi, S., Ejima, Y., and Wu, J.
J. Neurophysiol (2019)


The Sensorimotor Basis of Whisker-Guided Anteroposterior Object Localization in Head-Fixed Mice
Cheung, J., Maire, P., Kim, J., Sy, J., and Hires, S.A.
Current Biology (2019)


Impaired Motor Learning Following a Pain Episode in Intact Rats
Huot-Lavoie, M., Ting, W.K.-C., Demers, M., Mercier, C., and Ethier, C.
Frontiers in Neurology 10, 927 (2019)


Anatomically accurate model of EMG during index finger flexion and abduction derived from diffusion tensor imaging
Pereira Botelho, D., Curran, K., and Lowery, M.M.
PLoS Comput. Biol. 15, e1007267 (2019)


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