Reading List 70


May 29, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Sensory stimulation enhances phantom limb perception and movement decoding
Osborn LE, Ding K, Hays MA, Bose R, Iskarous MM, Dragomir A, Tayeb Z, Lèvay GM, Hunt CL, Cheng G, Armiger RS, Bezerianos A, Fifer MS, Thakor NV
Rehabilitation Medicine and Physical Therapy (2020)

Also see the tweeprint.


Increasing the gradient of energetic cost does not initiate adaptation in human walking
Simha SN, Wong JD, Selinger JC, Abram SJ, Maxwell Donelan J
bioRxiv:2020.05.20.107250 (2020)


Learning is shaped by abrupt changes in neural engagement
Hennig JA, Oby ER, Golub MD, Bahureksa LA, Sadtler PT, Quick KM, Ryu SI, Tyler-Kabara EC, Batista AP, Chase SM, Yu BM
bioRxiv:2020.05.24.112714 (2020)

Also see the tweeprint.


Principles of intrinsic motor cortex connectivity in primates
Card NS, Gharbawie OA
J Neurosci (2020)


Learning to play the piano with the Supernumerary Robotic 3rd Thumb
Shafti A, Haar S, Zaldivar RM, Guilleminot P, Aldo Faisal A
bioRxiv:2020.05.21.108407 (2020)


Cerebellar-Motor Cortex Connectivity: One or Two Different Networks?
Spampinato DA, Celnik PA, Rothwell JC
J Neurosci 40:4230–4239 (2020)


Predictive whisker kinematics reveal context-dependent sensorimotor strategies
Wallach A, Deutsch D, Oram TB, Ahissar E
PLoS Biol 18:e3000571 (2020)


Somatosensation in the Brain: A Theoretical Re-evaluation and a New Model
de Haan EHF, Dijkerman HC
Trends Cogn Sci (2020)


Separating Neural Influences from Peripheral Mechanics: The Speed-Curvature Relation in Mechanically-Constrained Actions
Hermus JR, Doeringer J, Sternad D, Hogan N
J Neurophysiol (2020)


Focused ultrasound excites neurons via mechanosensitive calcium accumulation and ion channel amplification
Yoo S, Mittelstein DR, Hurt R, Lacroix J, Shapiro MG
bioRxiv:2020.05.19.101196 (2020)


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Please keep in mind that the appearance of a paper on our reading list should not necessarily be considered an endorsement of the work unless of course we explicitly endorse it, for example in a blurb. As always, please read papers with a critical eye.