Reading List 88


October 2, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


The explicit/implicit distinction in studies of visuomotor learning: conceptual and methodological pitfalls
Hadjiosif AM, Krakauer JW
Eur J Neurosci (2020)


Long-term motor skill training with individually adjusted progressive difficulty enhances learning and promotes corticospinal plasticity
Christiansen L, Larsen MN, Madsen MJ, Grey MJ, Nielsen JB, Lundbye-Jensen J
Sci Rep 10:15588 (2020)


Early stages of sensorimotor map acquisition: neurochemical signature in primary motor cortex and its relation to functional connectivity
van Vugt FT, Near J, Hennessy TJ, Doyon J, Ostry DJ
J Neurophysiol (2020)


Discrete finger sequences are widely represented in human striatum
Andersen KW, Madsen KH, Siebner HR
Sci Rep 10:13189 (2020)


Behavioral and Neural Bases of Tactile Shape Discrimination Learning in Head-Fixed Mice
Kim J, Erskine A, Cheung JA, Hires SA
Neuron (2020)


Innovations present in the primate interneuron repertoire
Krienen FM et al.
Nature (2020)


Anatomically segregated basal ganglia pathways allow parallel behavioral modulation
Lee J, Wang W, Sabatini BL
Nat Neurosci (2020)


Visual-reward driven changes of movement during action execution
Marti-Marca A, Deco G, Cos I
Sci Rep 10:15527 (2020)


Primate neuronal connections are sparse as compared to mouse
Wildenberg GA, Rosen MR, Lundell J, Paukner D, Freedman DJ, Kasthuri N
bioRxiv:2020.09.24.311852 (2020)


The Psychology of Reaching: Action Selection, Movement Implementation, and Sensorimotor Learning
Kim HE, Avraham G, Ivry RB
Annu Rev Psychol (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.