Reading List 61


March 27, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Gain control in the sensorimotor system
Azim E, Seki K
Curr Opin Physiol 8:177–187 (2020)


Spatial integration during active tactile sensation drives elementary shape perception
Brown J, Oldenburg IA, Telian GI, Griffin S, Voges M, Jain V, Adesnik H
bioRxiv:2020.03.16.994145 (2020)


Walking Drosophila navigate complex plumes using stochastic decisions biased by the timing of odor encounters
Demir M, Kadakia N, Anderson HD, Clark DA, Emonet T
bioRxiv:2020.03.23.004218 (2020)


Embodied virtual reality for the study of real-world motor learning
Haar S, Sundar G, Faisal AA
bioRxiv:2020.03.19.998476 (2020)


Visuomotor associations facilitate movement preparation
Huberdeau D, Turk-Browne N
PsyArXiv 10.31234/ (2020)


Reaching decisions during ongoing movements
Michalski J, Green AM, Cisek P
J Neurophysiol 123:1090–1102 (2020)


Fundamental bounds on the fidelity of sensory cortical coding
Rumyantsev OI, Lecoq JA, Hernandez O, Zhang Y, Savall J, Chrapkiewicz R, Li J, Zeng H, Ganguli S, Schnitzer MJ
Nature (2020)


Cortico-motor control dynamics orchestrates visual sampling
Tomassini A, Maris E, Hilt P, Fadiga L, D’Ausilio A
bioRxiv:2020.03.23.003228 (2020)


Regenerated Interneurons Integrate Into Locomotor Circuitry Following Spinal Cord Injury
Vasudevan D, Liu Y-C, Barrios JP, Wheeler MK, Douglass AD, Dorsky RI
bioRxiv:2020.03.23.003806 (2020)


Hand Knob Area of Premotor Cortex Represents the Whole Body in a Compositional Way
Willett FR, Deo DR, Avansino DT, Rezaii P, Hochberg LR, Henderson JM, Shenoy KV
Cell (2020)

Superlab Papers

Explicit feedback and instruction do not change shoulder muscle activity reduction after shoulder fixation
Maeda RS, Zdybal JM, Gribble PL, Andrew Pruszynski J
bioRxiv:2020.03.25.008466 (2020)

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