Reading List 68


May 15, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Task-driven hierarchical deep neural network models of the proprioceptive pathway
Sandbrink KJ, Mamidanna P, Michaelis C, Mathis MW, Bethge M, Mathis A
bioRxiv:2020.05.06.081372 (2020)

Also see the tweeprint.


Perceptual decisions about object shape bias visuomotor coordination during rapid interception movements
Barany DA, Gómez-Granados A, Schrayer M, Cutts SA, Singh T
J Neurophysiol (2020)

Also see the tweeprint.


An implicit memory of errors limits human sensorimotor adaptation
Albert ST, Jang J, Sheahan H, Teunissen L, Vandevoorde K, Shadmehr R
bioRxiv:868406 (2020)


Fast recurrent processing via ventral prefrontal cortex is needed by the primate ventral stream for robust core visual object recognition
Kar K, DiCarlo JJ
bioRxiv:2020.05.10.086959 (2020)


Human decisions about when to act originate within a basal forebrain-nigral circuit
Khalighinejad N, Priestley L, Jbabdi S, Rushworth MFS
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA (2020)


The Synergy Between Neuroscience and Control Theory: The Nervous System as Inspiration for Hard Control Challenges
Madhav MS, Cowan NJ
Annu Rev Control Robot Auton Syst 3:243–267 (2020)


Competitive state of actions during planning predicts sequence execution accuracy
Mantziara M, Ivanov T, Houghton G, Kornysheva K
bioRxiv:2020.05.08.085068 (2020)


Differential neural plasticity of individual fingers revealed by fMRI neurofeedback
Oblak EF, Lewis-Peacock JA, Sulzer JS
bioRxiv:2020.03.02.973586 (2020)


Sensorimotor Expectations Bias Motor Resonance during Observation of Object Lifting: The Causal Role of pSTS
Rens G, van Polanen V, Botta A, Gann MA, Orban de Xivry J-J, Davare M
J Neurosci 40:3995–4009 (2020)


Cerebellospinal Neurons Regulate Motor Performance and Motor Learning
Sathyamurthy A, Barik A, Dobrott CI, Matson KJE, Stoica S, Pursley R, Chesler AT, Levine AJ
Cell Rep 31:107595 (2020)


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