Reading List 105


March 19, 2021

More than 20 trainees and PIs from the Sensorimotor Superlab at Western University contribute to this reading list. Here are the articles that have interested us this week.

—the superlab


The neurophysiological representation of imagined somatosensory percepts in human cortex
Bashford L, Rosenthal I, Kellis S, Pejsa K, Kramer D, Lee B, Liu C, Andersen RA
J Neurosci (2021)


Visuomotor information drives interference between the hands more than dynamic motor information during bimanual reaching
Desrochers PC, Brunfeldt AT, Kagerer FA
bioRxiv (2021)


How to Interpret Resting-State fMRI: Ask Your Participants
Gonzalez-Castillo J, Kam JWY, Hoy CW, Bandettini PA
J Neurosci (2021)


A conversion from slow to fast memory in response to passive motion
Javidialsaadi M, Albert ST, Wang J
bioRxiv (2021)


Black In Neuro, Beyond One Week
Murray D-S, Richardson L, Tesfaye R, Nadin D, Kelly C, Greenwood P
J Neurosci (2021)


Force variability is mostly not motor noise: Theoretical implications for motor control
Nagamori A, Laine CM, Loeb GE, Valero-Cuevas FJ
PLoS Comput Biol (2021)


Efficient high-resolution TMS mapping of the human motor cortex by nonlinear regression
Numssen O, Zier A-L, Thielscher A, Hartwigsen G, Knösche TR, Weise K
bioRxiv (2021)


A Synthesis of the Many Errors and Learning Processes of Visuomotor Adaptation
Ryan Morehead J, Orban de Xivry J-J
bioRxiv (2021)


Object manipulation without hands
Sugasawa S, Webb B, Healy SD
Proc Biol Sci (2021)


Finger representation in the cortex of the congenitally blind
Wesselink DB, Kikkert S, Bridge H, Makin TR
bioRxiv (2021)

Superlab Papers

Human touch receptors are sensitive to spatial details on the scale of single fingerprint ridges
Jarocka E, Pruszynski JA, Johansson RS
J Neurosci (2021)


Articles appear on this list because they caught our eye, but their appearance here is not necessarily an endorsement of the work. We hope that you find something on this list you might not otherwise have come across—but, as always, please read with a critical eye.