Here are the articles that we have been reading this week.
—Paul, Andrew & Jörn
Sensorimotor adaptation across the speech production workspace in response to a palatal perturbation
Barbier G, Baum SR, Ménard L, Shiller DM
J Acoust Soc Am 147:1163–1178 (2020)
Manual dexterity of mice during food-handling involves the thumb and a set of fast basic movements
Barrett JM, Raineri Tapies MG, Shepherd GMG
PLoS One 15:e0226774 (2020)
Model-Free Robust Optimal Feedback Mechanisms of Biological Motor Control
Bian T, Wolpert DM, Jiang Z-P
Neural Comput 32:562–595 (2020)
Caveolae in CNS arterioles mediate neurovascular coupling
Chow BW, Nuñez V, Kaplan L, Granger AJ, Bistrong K, Zucker HL, Kumar P, Sabatini BL, Gu C
Mapping human laryngeal motor cortex during vocalization
Eichert N, Papp D, Mars RB, Watkins KE
Chronic wireless streaming of invasive neural recordings at home for circuit discovery and adaptive stimulation
Gilron R et al.
EEG-triggered TMS reveals stronger brain state-dependent modulation of motor evoked potentials at weaker stimulation intensities
Schaworonkow N, Triesch J, Ziemann U, Zrenner C
Brain Stimul 12:110–118 (2019)
Stiffness of the human foot and evolution of the transverse arch
Venkadesan M, Yawar A, Eng CM, Dias MA, Singh DK, Tommasini SM, Haims AH, Bandi MM, Mandre S
Age-related reduction in motor adaptation: brain structural correlates and the role of explicit memory
Wolpe N et al.
Neurobiology of Aging (2020)
Deep Neural Networks Carve the Brain at its Joints
Bertolero MA, Bassett DS
You can look at an archive of our previous posts here: https://superlab.ca
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.