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


Sensorimotor temporal recalibration: the contribution of motor-sensory and inter-sensory components
Arikan BE, van Kemenade BM, Fiehler K, Kircher T, Drewing K, Straube B
bioRxiv (2021)


A non-invasive brain-machine interface via independent control of individual motor units
Formento E, Botros P, Carmena JM
bioRxiv (2021)


Increased speech contrast induced by sensorimotor adaptation to a nonuniform auditory perturbation
Parrell B, Niziolek CA
J Neurophysiol (2021)


Non-invasive real-time access to the output of the spinal cord via a wrist wearable interface
Guerra IM, Barsakcioglu DY, Vujaklija I, Wetmore DZ, Farina D
bioRxiv (2021)


Integrating reward information for prospective behaviour
Hall-McMaster S, Stokes MG, Myers NE
bioRxiv (2021)


Towards a common template for neural reinforcement of finger individuation
Kilmarx J, Oblak E, Sulzer J, Lewis-Peacock J
Sci Rep (2021)


Perception of effort during an isometric contraction is influenced by prior muscle lengthening or shortening
Kozlowski B, Pageaux B, Hubbard EF, St. Peters B, Millar PJ, Power GA
bioRxiv (2021)


Learning compositional sequences with multiple time scales through a hierarchical network of spiking neurons
Maes A, Barahona M, Clopath C
PLoS Comput Biol (2021)


Differential effects of cerebellar degeneration on feedforward versus feedback control across speech and reaching movements
Parrell B, Kim H, Breska A, Saxena A, Ivry R
bioRxiv (2021)


Sensing and decoding the neural drive to paralyzed muscles during attempted movements of a person with tetraplegia using a sleeve array
Ting JE, Del Vecchio A, Sarma D, Colachis SC IV, Annetta NV, Collinger JL, Farina D, Weber DJ
medRxiv (2021)


Dorsomedial striatal activity tracks completion of behavioral sequences
Vandaele Y, Ottenheimer DJ, Janak PH
bioRxiv (2021)


Mixed selectivity coding of sensory and motor social signals in the thalamus of a weakly electric fish
Wallach A, Melanson A, Longtin A, Maler L
bioRxiv (2021)


Shared mechanisms underlie the control of working memory and attention
Panichello MF, Buschman TJ
Nature (2021)


The population doctrine revolution in cognitive neurophysiology
Becket Ebitz R, Hayden BY
arXiv [q-bioNC] (2021)


Just looking: the innocent eye in neuroscience
Gershman SJ (2021)

Superlab Papers

Pupil-linked arousal modulates trial-by-trial motor adaptation in humans
Yokoi A, Weiler J
bioRxiv (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.