Reading List 69


May 22, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Passive motor learning: Oculomotor adaptation in the absence of feedback on behavioral errors
Cain M, Joshua M
bioRxiv:2020.05.13.095018 (2020)


Altering attention to split-belt walking increases the generalization of motor memories across walking contexts
Mariscal DM, Iturralde PA, Torres-Oviedo G
J Neurophysiol 123:1838–1848 (2020)


Back to feedback: aberrant sensorimotor control in music performance under pressure
Furuya S, Ishimaru R, Oku T, Nagata N
bioRxiv:2020.05.16.100040 (2020)


Sensitivity of urethral flow-evoked voiding reflexes decline with age in rat: insights into age-related underactive bladder
Geramipour A, Danziger Z
Am J Physiol Renal Physiol (2020)

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Identifying Behavioral Structure from Deep Variational Embeddings of Animal Motion
Luxem K, Fuhrmann F, Kürsch J, Remy S, Bauer P
bioRxiv:2020.05.14.095430 (2020)


Integration of haptics and vision in human multisensory grasping
Camponogara I, Volcic R
bioRxiv:2020.05.12.090647 (2020)


Resting-state “physiological networks.”
Chen JE, Lewis LD, Chang C, Tian Q, Fultz NE, Ohringer NA, Rosen BR, Polimeni JR
Neuroimage 213:116707 (2020)


Single Trial Decoding of Movement Intentions Using Functional Ultrasound Neuroimaging
Norman SL, Maresca D, Christopoulos VN, Griggs WS, Demene C, Tanter M, Shapiro MG, Andersen RA
bioRxiv:2020.05.12.086132 (2020)


Acute Exercise Following Skill Practice Promotes Motor Memory Consolidation in Parkinson’s Disease
Wanner P, Winterholler M, Gaßner H, Winkler J, Klucken J, Pfeifer K, Steib S
bioRxiv:2020.05.15.097394 (2020)


Population coding in the cerebellum and its implications for learning from error
Shadmehr R
bioRxiv:2020.05.18.102376 (2020)


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