Reading List 66


May 1, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Heart-brain interactions shape somatosensory perception and evoked potentials
Al E, Iliopoulos F, Forschack N, Nierhaus T, Grund M, Motyka P, Gaebler M, Nikulin VV, Villringer A
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA (2020)


Visual Feedback Modulates Aftereffects and Electrophysiological Markers of Prism Adaptation
Aziz JR, MacLean SJ, Krigolson OE, Eskes GA
Front Hum Neurosci 14:138 (2020)


Quantification of Mouse Reach Kinematics as a Foundation for Mechanistic Interrogation of Motor Control
Becker MI, Calame D, Wrobel J, Person AL
bioRxiv:2020.04.24.060533 (2020)


Reward-based improvements in motor control are driven by multiple error-reducing mechanisms
Codol O, Holland PJ, Manohar SG, Galea JM
J Neurosci (2020)


Tactile innervation densities across the whole body
Corniani G, Saal HP
bioRxiv:2020.04.27.063263 (2020)


Perceptual and motor effects of muscle co-activation in a force production task
Cuadra C, Wojnicz W, Kozinc Z, Latash ML
Neuroscience (2020)


Online sensory feedback during active search improves tactile localization
Fuchs X, Wulff DU, Heed T
J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform (2020)


Plantarflexion force is amplified with sensory stimulation during ramping submaximal isometric contractions
Pearcey GEP, Sun Y, Zehr EP
J Neurophysiol 123:1427–1438 (2020)


Somatomotor cortical representations are predicted by levels of short-interval intracortical inhibition
Sigurdsson HP, Molloy K, Jackson SR
bioRxiv:2020.04.24.057331 (2020)


A Scientist’s Guide to Social Media
Heemstra JM
ACS Cent Sci 6:1–5 (2020)

Superlab Papers

Time course of changes in the long latency feedback response parallels the fast process of short term motor adaptation
Coltman SK, Gribble PL
bioRxiv:2020.04.25.061382 (2020)


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