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.

Enjoy!
—the superlab



1

Excitation of natural spinal reflex loops in the sensory-motor control of hand prostheses
Sagastegui Alva PG, Boesendorfer A, Aszmann OC, Ibáñez J, Farina D
Sci Robot 9:eadl0085


2

A combinatorial neural code for long-term motor memory
Kim J-H, Daie K, Li N
bioRxiv:2024.06.05.597627


3

Eve Marder, neural circuits and being heard
Huggett B
The Transmitter


4

The history-dependent features of muscle force production: A challenge to the cross-bridge theory and their functional implications
Hahn D, Han S-W, Joumaa V
J Biomech 152:111579


5

Spiking activity in the visual thalamus is coupled to pupil dynamics across temporal scales
Crombie D, Spacek MA, Leibold C, Busse L
PLoS Biol 22:e3002614


6

Principles of cortical areas and their implications for neuroimaging
Petersen SE, Seitzman BA, Nelson SM, Wig GS, Gordon EM
Neuron


7

Descending networks transform command signals into population motor control
Braun J, Hurtak F, Wang-Chen S, Ramdya P
Nature


8

Individual Brain Charting dataset extension, third release for movie watching and retinotopy data
Pinho AL et al.
Sci Data 11:590


9

Evidence of learned look-ahead in a chess-playing neural network
Jenner E, Kapur S, Georgiev V, Allen C, Emmons S, Russell S
arXiv [csLG]


10

Human sensorimotor cortex reactivates recent visuomotor experience during awake rest
Ogawa K, Yang Y, Yang H, Imai F, Imamizu H
bioRxiv:2024.05.26.595974


11

Mechanosensory representation of wing deformations
Yarger AM, Maeda M, Siwanowicz I, Kajiyama H, Walker SM, Bomphrey RJ, Lin H-T
bioRxiv:2024.06.02.596338


12

EzReverse – a web application for background adjustment of color images
Song X, Goedhart J
bioRxiv:2024.05.27.594095



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Disclaimer

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.