Reading List 199
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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Perceived time expands and contracts within each heartbeat
Arslanova I, Kotsaris V, Tsakiris M
Bumblebees acquire alternative puzzle-box solutions via social learning
Bridges AD, MaBouDi H, Procenko O, Lockwood C, Mohammed Y, Kowalewska A, Romero González JE, Woodgate JL, Chittka L
The Sensorimotor System Modulates Muscular Co-Contraction Relative to Visuomotor Feedback Responses to Regulate Movement Variability
Calalo JA, Roth AM, Lokesh R, Sullivan SR, Wong JD, Semrau JA, Cashaback JGA
Cortical changes during the learning of sequences of simultaneous finger presses
Garzón B, Helms G, Olsson H, Brozzoli C, Ullén F, Diedrichsen J, Lövdén M
Executive Control of Sequence Behavior in Pigeons Involves Two Distinct Brain Regions
Hahn LA, Rose J
Negative reward-prediction errors of climbing fiber inputs for cerebellar reinforcement learning algorithm
Hoang H, Tsutsumi S, Matsuzaki M, Kano M, Toyama K, Kitamura K, Kawato M
Motor unit dysregulation following 15 days of unilateral lower limb immobilisation
Inns TB, Bass JJ, Hardy EJO, Wilkinson DJ, Stashuk DW, Atherton PJ, Phillips BE, Piasecki M
Variability in training unlocks generalization in visual perceptual learning through invariant representations
Manenti GL, Dizaji AS, Schwiedrzik CM
Neural knowledge assembly in humans and neural networks
Nelli S, Braun L, Dumbalska T, Saxe A, Summerfield C
Krishna Shenoy (1968–2023)
Batista AP, Pandarinath C, Yu BM
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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.