Here are the articles that we are reading this week.
—Paul, Andrew & Jörn
Successful auditory motor adaptation requires task-relevant auditory errors
Daliri, A., and Dittman, J
J. Neurophysiol. 122, 552–562 (2019)
Elementary motion sequence detectors in whisker somatosensory cortex
Laboy-Juárez, K.J., Langberg, T., Ahn, S., and Feldman, D.E.
Nat. Neurosci. (2019)
Universality and individuality in neural dynamics across large populations of recurrent networks
Maheswaranathan, N., Williams, A.H., Golub, M.D., Ganguli, S., and Sussillo, D.
arXiv [q-bio.NC] (2019)
M1 disruption delays motor processes but not deliberation about action choices
Derosiere, G., Thura, D., Cisek, P., and Duque, J.
bioRxiv, 501205 (2019)
Human Replay Spontaneously Reorganizes Experience
Liu, Y., Dolan, R.J., Kurth-Nelson, Z., and Behrens, T.E.J.
Population subspaces reflect movement intention for arm and brain-machine interface control
Lalazar, H., Murray, J.M., Abbott, L.F., and Vaadia, E.
bioRxiv, 688259 (2019)
A neuro-inspired artificial peripheral nervous system for scalable electronic skins
Lee, W.W., Tan, Y.J., Yao, H., Li, S., See, H.H., Hon, M., Ng, K.A., Xiong, B., Ho, J.S., and Tee, B.C.K.
Science Robotics 4, eaax2198 (2019)
Inference in the Brain: Statistics Flowing in Redundant Population Codes
Pitkow, X., and Angelaki, D.E.
Neuron 94, 943–953 (2019)
Credit assignment to state-independent task representations and its relationship with model-based decision making
Shahar, N., Moran, R., Hauser, T.U., Kievit, R.A., McNamee, D., Moutoussis, M., NSPN Consortium, and Dolan, R.J.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. (2019)
Cerebellar Control of Reach Kinematics for Endpoint Precision
Becker, M.I., and Person, A.L.
The language of the brain: real-world neural population codes
Pruszynski, J.A., and Zylberberg, J.
Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 58, 30–36 (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.