Reading List 95


November 20, 2020

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

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


The unified myofibrillar matrix for force generation in muscle
Willingham TB, Kim Y, Lindberg E, Bleck CKE, Glancy B
Nat Commun (2020)


Mechanisms that allow cortical preparatory activity without inappropriate movement
Darlington TR, Lisberger SG
Elife (2020)


The human foot functions like a spring of adjustable stiffness during running
Holowka NB, Richards A, Sibson BE, Lieberman DE
J Exp Biol (2020)


Somatosensory deafferentation reveals lateralized roles of proprioception in feedback and adaptive feedforward control of movement and posture
Jayasinghe SAL, Sarlegna FR, Scheidt RA, Sainburg RL
Current Opinion in Physiology (2020)


Task Errors Do Not Induce Implicit Sensorimotor Learning
Oza A, Kumar A, Mutha PK
bioRxiv (2020)


Hybrid local and distributed coding in PMd/M1 provides separation and interaction of bilateral arm signals
Dixon TC, Merrick CM, Wallis JD, Ivry RB, Carmena JM
bioRxiv (2020)


The impact of learning on perceptual decisions and its implication for speed-accuracy tradeoffs
Mendonça AG, Drugowitsch J, Vicente MI, DeWitt EEJ, Pouget A, Mainen ZF
Nat Commun (2020)


Learning function from structure in neuromorphic networks
Suárez LE, Richards BA, Lajoie G, Misic B
bioRxiv (2020)


Inhibiting corticospinal excitability by entraining ongoing mu-alpha rhythm in motor cortex
Zmeykina E, Turi Z, Antal A, Paulus W
bioRxiv (2020)


Online corrective responses following target jump in altered gravitoinertial force field point to nested feedforward and feedback control
Chomienne L, Blouin J, Bringoux L
J Neurophysiol (2020)

Superlab Papers

The effect of instruction on motor skill learning
Popp NJ, Yokoi A, Gribble PL, Diedrichsen J
J Neurophysiol (2020)

Differential dopamine receptor-dependent sensitivity improves action selection in the basal ganglia
Codol O, Gribble PL, Gurney KN
bioRxiv (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.