Reading List 72


June 12, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Neural Trajectories in the Supplementary Motor Area and Motor Cortex Exhibit Distinct Geometries, Compatible with Different Classes of Computation
Russo AA, Khajeh R, Bittner SR, Perkins SM, Cunningham JP, Abbott LF, Churchland MM
Neuron (2020)


Generation of Rapid Sequences by Motor Cortex
Zimnik AJ, Churchland MM
bioRxiv:2020.06.09.143040 (2020)


Value-related neuronal responses in the human amygdala during observational learning
Aquino TG, Minxha J, Dunne S, Ross IB, Mamelak AN, Rutishauser U, O’Doherty JP
J Neurosci (2020)


Dark control: The default mode network as a reinforcement learning agent
Dohmatob E, Dumas G, Bzdok D
Hum Brain Mapp (2020)


The role of the inferior parietal lobule in writer’s cramp
Merchant SHI, Frangos E, Parker J, Bradson M, Wu T, Vial-Undurraga F, Leodori G, Bushnell MC, Horovitz SG, Hallett M, Popa T
Brain (2020)


Entraining Movement-Related Brain Oscillations to Suppress Tics in Tourette Syndrome
Morera Maiquez B, Sigurdsson HP, Dyke K, Clarke E, McGrath P, Pasche M, Rajendran A, Jackson GM, Jackson SR
Curr Biol (2020)


Interlimb Responses to Perturbations of Bilateral Movements are Asymmetric
Schaffer JE, Sainburg RL
J Mot Behav:1–17 (2020)


Speech perception under the tent: A domain-general predictive role for the cerebellum
Skipper JI, Lamett DR
bioRxiv:2020.06.05.136804 (2020)


Elbow proprioception is normal in patients with a congenital absence of functional muscle spindles
Smith L, Norcliffe-Kaufmann L, Palma J-A, Kaufmann H, Macefield VG
J Physiol (2020)


Spontaneous variability predicts adaptive motor response in vocal pitch control
Tachibana RO, Xu M, Hashimoto R-I, Homae F, Okanoya K
bioRxiv:2020.06.06.138263 (2020)


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.