Reading List 107


April 2, 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


Corticostriatal Plasticity Established by Initial Learning Persists after Behavioral Reversal
Ghosh S, Zador AM
eNeuro (2021)


Distinct adaptation patterns between grip dynamics and arm kinematics when the body is upside-down
Opsomer L, Crevecoeur F, Thonnard J-L, McIntyre J, Lefèvre P
J Neurophysiol (2021)


The energetic basis for smooth human arm movements
Wong JD, Cluff T, Kuo AD
bioRxiv (2020)


The influence of temporal predictability on express visuomotor responses
Contemori S, Loeb GE, Corneil BD, Wallis G, Carroll TJ
J Neurophysiol (2021)


The neural basis of intelligence in fine-grained cortical topographies
Feilong M, Guntupalli JS, Haxby JV
Elife (2021)


Measuring and modeling the motor system with machine learning
Hausmann SB, Vargas AM, Mathis A, Mathis MW
arXiv (2021)


Learning is shaped by abrupt changes in neural engagement
Hennig JA, Oby ER, Golub MD, Bahureksa LA, Sadtler PT, Quick KM, Ryu SI, Tyler-Kabara EC, Batista AP, Chase SM, Yu BM
bioRxiv (2020)


Integrative frontal-parietal dynamics supporting cognitive control
Nee DE
Elife (2021)


Bifurcation in brain dynamics reveals a signature of conscious processing independent of report
Sergent C, Corazzol M, Labouret G, Stockart F, Wexler M, King J-R, Meyniel F, Pressnitzer D
Nat Commun (2021)


Visualizing a joint future of neuroscience and neuromorphic engineering
Zenke F, Bohté SM, Clopath C, Comşa IM, Göltz J, Maass W, Masquelier T, Naud R, Neftci EO, Petrovici MA, Scherr F, Goodman DFM
Neuron (2021)

Superlab Papers

The planning horizon for movement sequences
Ariani G, Kordjazi N, Pruszynski JA, Diedrichsen J
eNeuro (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.