It’s been an anxious couple of weeks and it looks like it’s going to continue to be quite an unusual period ahead. Maybe some science will be a nice distraction. Take care of yourselves.
Here are the articles that we have been reading this week.
—Paul, Andrew & Jörn
Context-Dependent Sensory Processing across Primary and Secondary Somatosensory Cortex
Condylis C, Lowet E, Ni J, Bistrong K, Ouellette T, Josephs N, Chen JL
Motor learning induces time dependent plasticity that is observable at the spinal cord level
Giboin L, Tokuno C, Kramer A, Henry M, Gruber M
J Physiol (2020)
The Origins of Anterograde Interference in Visuomotor Adaptation
Lerner G, Albert S, Caffaro PA, Villalta JI, Jacobacci F, Shadmehr R, Della-Maggiore V
Cereb Cortex (2020)
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Human decision making anticipates future performance in motor learning
Moskowitz JB, Gale DJ, Gallivan JP, Wolpert DM, Flanagan JR
PLoS Comput Biol 16:e1007632 (2020)
Speakers are able to categorize vowels based on tongue somatosensation
Patri J-F, Ostry DJ, Diard J, Schwartz J-L, Trudeau-Fisette P, Savariaux C, Perrier P
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2020)
Parallel organization of cerebellar pathways to sensorimotor, associative, and modulatory forebrain
Pisano TJ, Dhanerawala ZM, Kislin M, Bakshinskaya D, Engel EA, Lee J, de Oude NL, Venkataraju KU, Verpeut JL, Boele H-J, -H. Wang SS
Reflections of action in sensory cortex
Curr Opin Neurobiol 64:53–59 (2020)
Learning not to remember: How predicting the future impairs encoding of the present
Sherman BE, Turk-Browne NB
Implicit visuomotor adaptation remains limited after several days of training
Wilterson SA, Taylor JA
Yin C, Wei K
Savings in sensorimotor adaptation without explicit strategy
J Neurophysiol (2020)
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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.