Reading List 34


September 13, 2019

Here are the articles that we are reading this week.

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Organized Toe Maps in Extreme Foot Users
Dempsey-Jones, H., Wesselink, D.B., Friedman, J., and Makin, T.R.
Cell Rep. 28, 2748–2756.e4 (2019)


Fatigue induces long-lasting detrimental changes in motor-skill learning
Branscheidt, M., Kassavetis, P., Anaya, M., Rogers, D., Huang, H.D., Lindquist, M.A., and Celnik, P.
Elife 8. (2019)


Robust control in human reaching movements: a model-free strategy to compensate for unpredictable disturbances
Crevecoeur, F., Scott, S.H., and Cluff, T.
J. Neurosci. (2019)


Similar somatotopy for active and passive digit representation in primary somatosensory cortex
Sanders, Z.-B., Wesselink, D.B., Dempsey-Jones, H., and Makin, T.R.
bioRxiv, 754648 (2019)


Serotonergic development of active sensing
Azarfar, A., Zhang, Y., Alishbayli, A., Schubert, D., Homberg, J.R., and Celikel, T.
bioRxiv, 762534 (2019)


Sensory feedback restoration in leg amputees improves walking speed, metabolic cost and phantom pain
Petrini, F.M., Bumbasirevic, M., Valle, G., Ilic, V., Mijović, P., Čvančara, P., Barberi, F., Katic, N., Bortolotti, D., Andreu, D., Lechler, K., Lesic, A., Mazic, S., Mijović, B., Guiraud, D., Stieglitz, T., Alexandersson, A., Micera, S., Raspopovic, S.
Nat. Med. 25, 1356–1363 (2019)


The evolution of human and ape hand proportions
Almécija, S., Smaers, J.B., and Jungers, W.L.
Nat. Commun. 6, 7717 (2019)


From competing motor plans to a single action within a single trial on the human motor periphery
Gu, C., Corneil, B.D., Medendorp, P.W., and Selen, L.P.J.
bioRxiv, 765180 (2019)


Behavioral and neural correlates of hide-and-seek in rats
Reinhold, A.S., Sanguinetti-Scheck, J.I., Hartmann, K., and Brecht, M.
Science 365, 1180–1183 (2019)


A tale of too many tasks: Fragmentation of tasks in motor learning and a call for model task paradigms
Ranganathan, R., Tomlinson, A., Lokesh, R., Lin, T.-H., and Patel, P.
SportRxiv (2019)


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