Reading List 167
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.
Epidural electrical stimulation of the cervical dorsal roots restores voluntary upper limb control in paralyzed monkeys
Barra B, Conti S, Perich MG, Zhuang K, Schiavone G, Fallegger F, Galan K, James ND, Barraud Q, Delacombaz M, Kaeser M, Rouiller EM, Milekovic T, Lacour S, Bloch J, Courtine G, Capogrosso M
Neural population dynamics in dorsal premotor cortex underlying a reach decision
Boucher PO, Wang T, Carceroni L, Kane G, Shenoy KV, Chandrasekaran C
Action inhibition revisited: Stopping is not faster than going
Du Y, Forrence AD, Metcalf DM, Haith AM
Learning alters neural activity to simultaneously support memory and action
Losey DM, Hennig JA, Oby ER, Golub MD, Sadlter PT, Quick KM, Ryu SI, Tyler-Kabara EC, Batista AP, Yu BM, Chase SM
Adapting to visuomotor rotations in stepped increments increases implicit motor learning
Modchalingam S, Ciccone M, D’Amario S, Hart BM ’t, Henriques DYP
Executed and imagined grasping movements can be decoded from lower dimensional representation of distributed non-motor brain areas
Ottenhoff MC, Verwoert M, Goulis S, Colon AJ, Wagner L, Tousseyn S, van Dijk JP, Kubben PL, Herff C
Soft, bioresorbable coolers for reversible conduction block of peripheral nerves
Reeder JT et al.
Signatures of contextual interference in implicit sensorimotor adaptation
Tsay JS, Irving C, Ivry RB
Sensory error drives fine motor adjustment
Wang H, Zhou Y, Li H, Moss CF, Li X, Luo J
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA
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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.