Here are the articles that we are reading this week.
—Paul, Andrew & Jörn
Layer-specific activation of sensory input and predictive feedback in the human primary somatosensory cortex
Yu, Y., Huber, L., Yang, J., Jangraw, D.C., Handwerker, D.A., Molfese, P.J., Chen, G., Ejima, Y., Wu, J., and Bandettini, P.A.
Science Advances 5, eaav9053 (2019)
Is natural variability in gait sufficient to initiate spontaneous energy optimization in human walking?
Wong, J.D., Selinger, J.C., and Donelan, J.M.
J Neurophysiol 121, 1848–1855 (2019)
Goal-related feedback guides motor exploration and redundancy resolution in human motor skill acquisition
Rohde, M., Narioka, K., Steil, J.J., Klein, L.K., and Ernst, M.O.
PLoS Comput. Biol. 15, e1006676 (2019)
Rapid visuomotor responses reflect value-based decisions
Carroll, T.J., McNamee, D., Ingram, J.N., and Wolpert, D.M.
J. Neurosci. (2019)
Asymmetry in kinematic generalisation between visual and passive lead-in movements are consistent with a forward model in the sensorimotor system
Howard, I.S., Franklin, S., and Franklin, D.W.
bioRxiv, 636266 (2019)
Decomposing motion that changes over time into task-relevant and task-irrelevant components in a data-driven manner: application to motor adaptation in whole-body movements
Furuki, D., and Takiyama, K.
Sci Rep 9, 7246 (2019)
The Urge to Decide and Act: Implications for Brain Function and Dysfunction
Carland, M.A., Thura, D., and Cisek, P.
Neuroscientist, 1073858419841553 (2019)
Sequential Neural Activity in Primary Motor Cortex during Sleep
Xu, W., de Carvalho, F., and Jackson, A.
J. Neurosci. 39, 3698–3712 (2019)
Central fatigue mechanisms are responsible for decreases in hand proprioceptive acuity following shoulder muscle fatigue
Sadler, C.M., and Cressman, E.K.
Hum. Mov. Sci. 66, 220–230 (2019)
Mostafa, A.A., Hart, B. ’t, and Henriques, D.Y.P. (2019).
Motor Learning Without Moving: Proprioceptive and Predictive Hand Localization After Passive Visuoproprioceptive Discrepancy Training
bioRxiv, 384941 (2019)
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