Reading List 67


May 8, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Replay of Learned Neural Firing Sequences during Rest in Human Motor Cortex
Eichenlaub J-B, Jarosiewicz B, Saab J, Franco B, Kelemen J, Halgren E, Hochberg LR, Cash SS
Cell Rep 31:107581 (2020)


CoNNECT: Convolutional Neural Network for Estimating synaptic Connectivity from spike Trains
Endo D, Kobayashi R, Bartolo R, Averbeck BB, Sugase-Miyamoto Y, Hayashi K, Kenji K, Richmond BJ, Shinomoto S
bioRxiv:2020.05.05.078089 (2020)


Causal roles of frontoparietal cortical areas in feedback control of the limb
Takei T, Lomber SG, Cook DJ, Scott SH
bioRxiv:2020.05.02.072538 (2020)


Continuous Reports of Sensed Hand Position During Sensorimotor Adaptation
Tsay JS, Parvin DE, Ivry RB
bioRxiv:2020.04.29.068197 (2020)


Bump’em: an Open-Source, Bump-Emulation System for Studying Human Balance and Gait
Tan GR, Raitor M, Collins SH

Also see the tweeprint.


Learning Structures: Predictive Representations, Replay, and Generalization
Momennejad I
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 32:155–166 (2020)


The emergence of transcriptional identity in somatosensory neurons
Sharma N, Flaherty K, Lezgiyeva K, Wagner DE, Klein AM, Ginty DD
Nature 577:392–398 (2020)


Cutaneous afferent regulation of motor function
Panek I, Bui T, Wright ATB, Brownstone RM
Acta Neurobiol Exp 74:158–171 (2014)


Chronic use of a sensitized bionic hand does not remap the sense of touch
Ortiz-Catalan M, Mastinu E, Bensmaia S
medRxiv (2020)

Also check out the tweeprint


Feedback-Controlled Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation Reveals a Functional Role of Sleep Spindles in Motor Memory Consolidation
Lustenberger C, Boyle MR, Alagapan S, Mellin JM, Vaughn BV, Fröhlich F
Curr Biol 26:2127–2136 (2016)


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