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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Parametric control of flexible timing through low-dimensional neural manifolds
Beiran M, Meirhaeghe N, Sohn H, Jazayeri M, Ostojic S
Residual dynamics resolves recurrent contributions to neural computation
Galgali AR, Sahani M, Mante V
Measures of Implicit and Explicit Adaptation Do Not Linearly Add
Hart BM ’t, Taqvi U, Gastrock RQ, Ruttle JE, Modchalingam S, Henriques DYP
Mesolimbic dopamine release conveys causal associations
Jeong H, Taylor A, Floeder JR, Lohmann M, Mihalas S, Wu B, Zhou M, Burke DA, Namboodiri VMK
How games can make behavioural science better
Long B, Simson J, Buxó-Lugo A, Watson DG, Mehr SA
Spontaneous behaviour is structured by reinforcement without explicit reward
Markowitz JE, Gillis WF, Jay M, Wood J, Harris RW, Cieszkowski R, Scott R, Brann D, Koveal D, Kula T, Weinreb C, Osman MAM, Pinto SR, Uchida N, Linderman SW, Sabatini BL, Datta SR
Coordinated drift of receptive fields in Hebbian/anti-Hebbian network models during noisy representation learning
Qin S, Farashahi S, Lipshutz D, Sengupta AM, Chklovskii DB, Pehlevan C
A Non-Laboratory Gait Dataset of Full Body Kinematics and Egocentric Vision
Sharma A, Rai V, Calvert M, Dai Z, Guo Z, Boe D, Rombokas E
Sensorimotor feedback loops are selectively sensitive to reward
Codol O, Kashefi M, Forgaard CJ, Galea JM, Pruszynski JA, Gribble PL
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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.