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


Contextual cues are not unique for motor learning: Task-dependant switching of feedback controllers
Česonis J, Franklin DW
PLoS Comput Biol


Adversarially trained neural representations may already be as robust as corresponding biological neural representations
Guo C, Lee MJ, Leclerc G, Dapello J, Rao Y, Madry A, DiCarlo JJ
arXiv [q-bioNC]


Motor unit dysregulation following 15 days of unilateral lower limb immobilisation
Inns TB, Bass JJ, Hardy EJO, Wilkinson DJ, Stashuk DW, Atherton PJ, Phillips BE, Piasecki M


Eye-movement replay supports episodic remembering
Johansson R, Nyström M, Dewhurst R, Johansson M
Proc Biol Sci


Rotational dynamics reduce interference between sensory and memory representations
Libby A, Buschman TJ
Nat Neurosci


Neuro-inspired electronic skin for robots
Liu F, Deswal S, Christou A, Sandamirskaya Y, Kaboli M, Dahiya R
Sci Robot


The structures and functions of correlations in neural population codes
Panzeri S, Moroni M, Safaai H, Harvey CD
Nat Rev Neurosci


VIP-expressing interneurons in the anterior insular cortex contribute to sensory processing to regulate adaptive behavior
Ramos-Prats A, Paradiso E, Castaldi F, Sadeghi M, Mir MY, Hörtnagl H, Göbel G, Ferraguti F
Cell Rep


How to talk so your robot will learn: Instructions, descriptions, and pragmatics
Sumers TR, Hawkins RD, Ho MK, Griffiths TL, Hadfield-Menell D
arXiv [csAI]


Pathway sampling by regenerating peripheral axons
Witzel C, Rohde C, Brushart TM
J Comp Neurol


An action-observation network in the common marmoset identified by ultra-high field fMRI
Zanini A, Dureux A, Everling S


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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.