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.
Human reaching control in dynamic environments
Kalidindi HT, Crevecoeur F
Curr Opin Neurobiol 83:102810
Preserved neural dynamics across animals performing similar behaviour
Safaie M, Chang JC, Park J, Miller LE, Dudman JT, Perich MG, Gallego JA
Common mechanisms of learning in motor and cognitive systems
Christos Constantinidis, Alaa A. Ahmed, Joni D. Wallis, Aaron P. Batista
J Neurosci 43:7523
The tip of the iceberg: a call to embrace anti-localizationism in human neuroscience research
Noble S, Curtiss J, Pessoa L, Scheinost D
An output-null signature of inertial load in motor cortex
Kirk EA, Hope KT, Sober SJ, Sauerbrei BA
Pinho AL, Richard H, Eickenberg M, Amadon A, Dohmatob E, Denghien I, Torre JJ, Shankar S, Aggarwal H, Ponce AF
Individual Brain Charting third release, probing brain activity during Movie Watching and Retinotopic Mapping
HAL Open Science
A spinal cord neuroprosthesis for locomotor deficits due to Parkinson’s disease
Milekovic T et al.
Making sense of proprioception
Santuz A, Zampieri N
The locus coeruleus directs sensory-motor reflex amplitude across environmental contexts
Witts EC, Mathews MA, Murray AJ
Curr Biol 33:4679-4688.e3
A Purkinje cell to parabrachial nucleus pathway enables broad cerebellar influence over the forebrain
Chen CH et al.
Nat Neurosci 26:1929–1941
Functional connectivity modules in recurrent neural networks: function, origin and dynamics
Tanner J, L. SM, Coletta L, Gozzi A, Betzel RF
Cortical areas for planning sequences before and during movement
Ariani G, Shahbazi M, Diedrichsen J
You can look at an archive of our previous posts here: https://superlab.ca
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.