Reading List 86


September 18, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


An associative learning account of sensorimotor adaptation
Avraham G, Taylor JA, Ivry RB, McDougle SD
bioRxiv:2020.09.14.297143 (2020)


Reinforcement Signaling Can Be Used to Reduce Elements of Cerebellar Reaching Ataxia
Therrien AS, Statton MA, Bastian AJ
Cerebellum (2020)


Spatiotemporal dissociation of fMRI activity in the caudate nucleus underlies human de novo motor skill learning
Choi Y, Shin EY, Kim S
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA (2020)


Use of Peripheral Sensory Information for Central Nervous Control of Arm Movement by Octopus vulgaris
Gutnick T, Zullo L, Hochner B, Kuba MJ
Curr Biol (2020)


A cerebellar internal model calibrates a feedback controller involved in sensorimotor control
Markov DA, Petrucco L, Kist AM, Portugues R
bioRxiv:2020.02.12.945956 (2020)


Minimally dependent activity subspaces for working memory and motor preparation in the lateral prefrontal cortex
Tang C, Herikstad R, Parthasarathy A, Libedinsky C, Yen S-C
Elife 9 (2020)


Sensory feedback-dependent coding of arm position in local field potentials of the posterior parietal cortex
VanGilder P, Shi Y, Apker G, Buneo CA
bioRxiv:2020.09.11.293365 (2020)


The probability of choosing both hands depends on an interaction between motor capacity and limb-specific control in chronic stroke
Varghese R, Kutch JJ, Schweighofer N, Winstein CJ
Exp Brain Res (2020)


The Detailed Organization of the Human Cerebellum Estimated by Intrinsic Functional Connectivity Within the Individual
Xue A, Kong R, Yang Q, Eldaief MC, Angeli P, DiNicola LM, Braga RM, Buckner RL, Thomas Yeo BT
bioRxiv:2020.09.15.297911 (2020)


Dense neuronal reconstruction through X-ray holographic nano-tomography
Kuan AT, Phelps JS, Thomas LA, Nguyen TM, Han J, Chen C-L, Azevedo AW, Tuthill JC, Funke J, Cloetens P, Pacureanu A, Lee W-CA
Nat Neurosci (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.