Reading List 57


February 28, 2020

Here are the articles that we have been reading this week.

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Sensorimotor adaptation across the speech production workspace in response to a palatal perturbation
Barbier G, Baum SR, Ménard L, Shiller DM
J Acoust Soc Am 147:1163–1178 (2020)


Manual dexterity of mice during food-handling involves the thumb and a set of fast basic movements
Barrett JM, Raineri Tapies MG, Shepherd GMG
PLoS One 15:e0226774 (2020)


Model-Free Robust Optimal Feedback Mechanisms of Biological Motor Control
Bian T, Wolpert DM, Jiang Z-P
Neural Comput 32:562–595 (2020)


Caveolae in CNS arterioles mediate neurovascular coupling
Chow BW, Nuñez V, Kaplan L, Granger AJ, Bistrong K, Zucker HL, Kumar P, Sabatini BL, Gu C
Nature (2020)


Mapping human laryngeal motor cortex during vocalization
Eichert N, Papp D, Mars RB, Watkins KE
bioRxiv:2020.02.20.958314 (2020)


Chronic wireless streaming of invasive neural recordings at home for circuit discovery and adaptive stimulation
Gilron R et al.
bioRxiv:2020.02.13.948349 (2020)


EEG-triggered TMS reveals stronger brain state-dependent modulation of motor evoked potentials at weaker stimulation intensities
Schaworonkow N, Triesch J, Ziemann U, Zrenner C
Brain Stimul 12:110–118 (2019)


Stiffness of the human foot and evolution of the transverse arch
Venkadesan M, Yawar A, Eng CM, Dias MA, Singh DK, Tommasini SM, Haims AH, Bandi MM, Mandre S
Nature:1–4 (2020)


Age-related reduction in motor adaptation: brain structural correlates and the role of explicit memory
Wolpe N et al.
Neurobiology of Aging (2020)


Deep Neural Networks Carve the Brain at its Joints
Bertolero MA, Bassett DS
bioRxiv:2020.02.20.958082 (2020)


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