Here are the articles that we have been reading this week.

—Paul, Andrew & Jörn


Reaching around obstacles accounts for uncertainty in coordinate transformations
Abedi Khoozani P, Voudouris D, Blohm G, Fiehler K
J Neurophysiol 123:1920–1932 (2020)


The Effect of Rewards and Punishments on Learning Action Selection and Execution Components of a Motor Skill
Bacelar MFB, Lohse KR, Miller MW
Journal of Motor Learning and Development (2020)


Tactile active sensing in insect-plant pollination
Deora T, Ahmed MA, Daniel TL, Brunton BW
bioRxiv:2020.06.16.155507 (2020)


Cortical activity at different time scales: high-pass filtering separates motor planning and execution
Eriksson D, Heiland M, Schneider A, Diester I
bioRxiv:857300 (2020)


Kieliba P, Clode D, Maimon-Mor RO, Makin TR
Neurocognitive consequences of hand augmentation
bioRxiv:2020.06.16.151944 (2020)


Predicting precision grip grasp locations on three-dimensional objects
Klein LK, Maiello G, Paulun VC, Fleming RW
bioRxiv:476176 (2020)


Newbold DJ et al.
Plasticity and Spontaneous Activity Pulses in Disused Human Brain Circuits
Neuron (2020)

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The sensorimotor strategies and neuronal representations of tactile shape discrimination in mice
Rodgers CC, Nogueira R, Christina Pil B, Greeman EA, Fusi S, Bruno RM
bioRxiv:2020.06.16.126631 (2020)


Reward-based invigoration of sequential reaching
Sporn S, Chen X, Galea JM
bioRxiv:2020.06.15.152876 (2020)


Idiosyncratic Perception: A Link Between Acuity, Perceived Position, and Apparent Size
Wang Z, Murai Y, Whitney D
bioRxiv:2020.06.09.143081 (2020)


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.