Reading List 83


August 28, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Feedback Gains modulate with Motor Memory Uncertainty
Franklin S, Franklin DW
arXiv [q-bioNC] (2020)


The motor cortex uses active suppression to sculpt movement
Griffin DM, Strick PL
Science Advances 6:eabb8395 (2020)


Energy optimization during walking can be a primarily implicit process
McAllister MJ, Blair RL, Maxwell Donelan J, Selinger JC
bioRxiv:2020.08.21.261057 (2020)


Decoding the infrastructure of the cerebellum
van Hoogstraten WS, De Zeeuw CI
Elife 9 (2020)


Pushing the Rehabilitation Boundaries: Hand Motor Impairment Can Be Reduced in Chronic Stroke
Mawase F, Cherry-Allen K, Xu J, Anaya M, Uehara S, Celnik P
Neurorehabil Neural Repair 34:733–745 (2020)


Precise Holographic Manipulation of Olfactory Circuits Reveals Coding Features Determining Perceptual Detection
Gill JV, Lerman GM, Zhao H, Stetler BJ, Rinberg D, Shoham S
Neuron (2020)


Motor memories in manipulation tasks are linked to contact goals between objects
McGarity-Shipley MR, Heald JB, Ingram JN, Gallivan JP, Wolpert D, Flanagan JR
J Neurophysiol (2020)


Subthreshold Electrical Noise Applied to the Plantar Foot Enhances Lower-Limb Cutaneous Reflex Generation
Sharma T, Peters RM, Bent LR
Front Hum Neurosci 14:351 (2020)


Optimal synaptic dynamics for memory maintenance in the presence of noise
Raman DV, O’Leary T
bioRxiv:2020.08.19.257220 (2020)


Towards Reproducible Brain-Wide Association Studies
Marek S et al.
bioRxiv:2020.08.21.257758 (2020)

Superlab Papers

Shared internal models for feedforward and feedback control of arm dynamics in non-human primates
Maeda RS, Kersten R, Andrew Pruszynski J
bioRxiv:2020.04.05.026757 (2020)

The role of primary motor cortex in sequence learning: resolving conflicting fMRI evidence from repetition suppression and pattern analysis
Berlot E, Popp NJ, Grafton ST, Diedrichsen J
bioRxiv:2020.08.21.261453 (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.