Reading List 192
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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Mechanisms of Premotor-Motor Cortex Interactions during Goal Directed Behavior
Alyahyay M, Kalweit G, Kalweit M, Karvat G, Ammer J, Schneider A, Adzemovic A, Vlachos A, Boedecker J, Diester I
Hill-type computational models of muscle-tendon actuators: a systematic review
Caillet AH, Phillips ATM, Carty C, Farina D, Modenese L
Differential behavior of distinct motoneuron pools that innervate the triceps surae
Cohen JW, Vieira TM, Ivanova TD, Garland SJ
Motor cortex retains and reorients neural dynamics during motor imagery
Dekleva BM, Chowdhury RH, Batista AP, Chase SM, Yu BM, Boninger ML, Collinger JL
Modelling human behaviour in cognitive tasks with latent dynamical systems
Jaffe PI, Poldrack RA, Schafer RJ, Bissett PG
Nat Hum Behav
Propagating spatiotemporal activity patterns across macaque motor cortex carry kinematic information
Liang W, Balasubramanian K, Papadourakis V, Hatsopoulos NG
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA
Roles of Mono- and Bi-articular Muscles in Human Limbs: Two-joint Link Model and Applications
Miyake T, Okabe M
Integr Org Biol
Recurrent networks endowed with structural priors explain suboptimal animal behavior
Molano-Mazón M, Shao Y, Duque D, Yang GR, Ostojic S, de la Rocha J
The influence of movement-related costs when searching to act and acting to search
Moskowitz JB, Berger SA, Castelhano MS, Gallivan JP, Flanagan JR
Transformation from arm joint coordinates to hand external coordinates explains non-uniform precision of hand position sense in horizontal workspace
Oh K, Prilutsky BI
Hum Mov Sci
The Import of Skin Tissue Dynamics in Tactile Sensing
Rongala UB, Seyfarth A, Hayward V, Jörntell H
Predictors of sensorimotor adaption: insights from over 100,000 reaches
Tsay JS, Asmerian H, Germine LT, Wilmer J, Ivry RB, Nakayama K
Failure induces task-irrelevant exploration during a stencil task
van der Kooij K, van Mastrigt NM, Cashaback JGA
Exp Brain Res
A high-performance speech neuroprosthesis
Willett F, Kunz E, Fan C, Avansino D, Wilson G, Choi EY, Kamdar F, Hochberg LR, Druckmann S, Shenoy KV, Henderson JM
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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.