Here are the articles that we are reading this week.
—Paul, Andrew & Jörn
Visual feedback processing of the limb involves two distinct phases
Cross, K.P., Cluff, T., Takei, T., and Scott, S.H.
J. Neurosci. (2019)
Posterior parietal cortex plays a causal role in perceptual and categorical decisions
Zhou, Y., and Freedman, D.J.
Science 365, 180–185 (2019)
Classic motor chunking theory fails to account for behavioural diversity and speed in a complex naturalistic task
Thompson, J.J., McColeman, C.M., Blair, M.R., and Henrey, A.J.
PLoS One 14, e0218251 (2019)
Internal model recalibration does not deteriorate with age while motor adaptation does
Vandevoorde, K., and Orban de Xivry, J.-J.
Neurobiol. Aging 80, 138–153 (2019)
The capacity to learn new motor and perceptual calibrations develops concurrently in childhood
Rossi, C., Chau, C.W., Leech, K.A., Statton, M.A., Gonzalez, A.J., and Bastian, A.J.
Sci Rep 9, 9322 (2019)
Tool use modulates somatosensory cortical processing in humans
Miller, L.E., Longo, M., and Saygin, A.P.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (2019)
Reporting affects explicit knowledge in visuomotor rotations in ways not measured by reporting
Maresch, J., and Donchin, O.
bioRxiv, 702290 (2019)
Accuracy of Intercepting Moving Tactile Targets
Nelson, J.S., Baud-Bovy, G., Smeets, J.B.J., and Brenner, E.
Perception, 301006619861876 (2019)
Stiffness as a control factor for object manipulation
Kennedy, S.D., and Schwartz, A.B.
J. Neurophysiol. (2019)
Voxel-to-voxel predictive models reveal unexpected structure in unexplained variance
Mell, M.M., St-Yves, G., and Naselaris, T.
bioRxiv, 692319 (2019)
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Please keep in mind that the appearance of a paper on our reading list should not necessarily be considered an endorsement of the work unless of course we explicitly endorse it, for example in a blurb. As always, please read papers with a critical eye.