Reading List 190
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.
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Peripersonal encoding of forelimb proprioception in the mouse somatosensory cortex
Alonso I, Scheer I, Palacio-Manzano M, Frézel-Jacob N, Philippides A, Prsa M
Stimulus-specific prediction error neurons in mouse auditory cortex
Audette NJ, Schneider DM
Memory decay and generalization following distinct motor learning mechanisms
Bao S, Lei Y
Cerebro-cerebellar networks facilitate learning through feedback decoupling
Boven E, Pemberton J, Chadderton P, Apps R, Costa RP
Worth the work? Monkeys discount rewards by a subjective adapting effort cost
Burrell M, Pastor-Bernier A, Schultz W
The centrality of population-level factors to network computation is demonstrated by a versatile approach for training spiking networks
DePasquale B, Sussillo D, Abbott LF, Churchland MM
Open-ended movements structure sensorimotor information in early human development
Kanazawa H, Yamada Y, Tanaka K, Kawai M, Niwa F, Iwanaga K, Kuniyoshi Y
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA
Modeling foot sole cutaneous afferents: FootSim
Katic N, Siqueira RK, Cleland L, Strzalkowski N, Bent L, Raspopovic S, Saal H
The evidence against somatotopic organization of function in the primate corticospinal tract
Lemon RN, Morecraft RJ
How honey bees make fast and accurate decisions
MaBouDi H, Marshall JAR, Dearden N, Barron AB
A cerebellar internal model calibrates a feedback controller involved in sensorimotor control
Markov DA, Petrucco L, Kist AM, Portugues R
The geometry of cortical representations of touch in rodents
Nogueira R, Rodgers CC, Bruno RM, Fusi S
Expectations about precision bias metacognition and awareness
Olawole-Scott H, Yon D
Solving the spike sorting problem with Kilosort
Pachitariu M, Sridhar S, Stringer C
NeuroAI weekly open Zoom seminar
Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh organizes a NeuroAI seminar with weekly open Zoom talks that might be of interest to readers of this mailing list. Consider checking out the schedule at: https://brain.andrew.cmu.edu/seminar
Reach corrections toward moving objects are faster than reach corrections toward jumping targets
Reschechtko S, Gnanaseelan C, Pruszynski JA
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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.