Reading List 79


July 31, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Multiple Motor Learning Processes in Humans: Defining Their Neurophysiological Bases
Spampinato D, Celnik P
Neuroscientist:1073858420939552 (2020)


Action Imagery and Observation in Neurorehabilitation for Parkinson’s Disease (ACTION-PD): development and pilot randomised controlled trial of a user-informed home training intervention to improve everyday functional actions
Bek J, Holmes PS, Webb J, Craig CE, Franklin ZC, Sullivan M, Crawford TJ, Vogt S, Gowen E, Poliakoff E
bioRxiv:2020.07.14.188375 (2020)


The influence of an acute bout of moderate intensity cycling exercise on sensorimotor integration
Brown KE, Neva JL, Mang CS, Chau B, Chiu LK, Francisco BA, Staines WR, Boyd LA
Eur J Neurosci (2020)


When ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny: Fixed neurodevelopmental sequence of manipulative skills among primates
Heldstab SA, Isler K, Schuppli C, van Schaik CP
Science Advances 6:eabb4685 (2020)


Two dynamically distinct circuits drive inhibition in the sensory thalamus
Martinez-Garcia RI, Voelcker B, Zaltsman JB, Patrick SL, Stevens TR, Connors BW, Cruikshank SJ
Nature (2020)


The Orofacial Somatosensory System Is Modulated During Speech Planning and Production McGuffin BJ, Liss JM, Daliri A


Basal Ganglia Circuits for Action Specification
Park J, Coddington LT, Dudman JT
Annu Rev Neurosci 43:485–507 (2020)


Temporal signatures of criticality in human cortical excitability as probed by early somatosensory responses
Stephani T, Waterstraat G, Haufe S, Curio G, Villringer A, Nikulin VV
J Neurosci (2020)


Neural representation of abstract task structure during generalization
Vaidya AR, Jones HM, Castillo J, Badre D
bioRxiv:2020.07.21.213009 (2020)


A psychometric platform to collect somatosensory sensations for neuroprosthetic use
Valle G, Iberite F, Strauss I, D’Anna E, Granata G, Stieglitz T, Raspopovic S, Petrini FM, Rossini PM, Micera S
bioRxiv:2020.07.23.218222 (2020)

Superlab Papers

The human cerebellum has almost 80% of the surface area of the neocortex
Sereno MI, Diedrichsen J, Tachrount M, Testa-Silva G, d’Arceuil H, De Zeeuw C
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA (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.