Friday Paper List – Posted on Monday May 6th

This list is a little late. Sorry for the small misstep in the posting schedule.

Before the list, I wanted to mention there was a neat article about the Mosers in the New York Times last week. You can check it out here.

1) Power failure: why small sample size undermines the reliability of neuroscience Katherine S. Button, John P. A. Ioannidis, Claire Mokrysz, Brian A. Nosek, Jonathan Flint, Emma S. J. Robinson and Marcus R. Munafo ; Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2013 (link)

2) Optogenetics in primates: a shining future? Annelies Gerits and Wim Vanduffel ; Trends in Genetics 2013 (link)

3) Hierarchy of orofacial rhythms revealed through whisking and breathing Jeffrey D. Moore, Martin Descheˆnes, Takahiro Furuta, Daniel Huber, Matthew C. Smear, Maxime Demers & David Kleinfeld ; Nature 2013 (link)

4) Corticostriatal neurons in auditory cortex drive decisions during auditory discrimination Petr Znamenskiy & Anthony M. Zador ; Nature 2013 (link)

This article looks great. I am a huge fan of projection specific targeting of optogenetic tools. Also I was really shocked that I had somehow missed the existence of this paper:

  • PINP: A New Method of Tagging Neuronal Populations for Identification during In Vivo Electrophysiological Recording Susana Q. Lima, Tomáš Hromádka, Petr Znamenskiy, Anthony M. Zador ; PLoS ONE 2009 (link)

5) Non-redundant coding of aversive odours in the main olfactory pathway Adam Dewan, Rodrigo Pacifico, Ross Zhan, Dmitry Rinberg & Thomas Bozza ; Nature 2013 (link)

6) Digital cameras with designs inspired by the arthropod eye Young Min Song, Yizhu Xie, Viktor Malyarchuk, Jianliang Xiao, Inhwa Jung, Ki-Joong Choi, Zhuangjian Liu, Hyunsung Park, Chaofeng Lu, Rak-Hwan Kim, Rui Li, Kenneth B. Crozier, Yonggang Huang & John A. Rogers ; Nature 2013 (link)

  • Optical Devices: Seeing the world through an insect’s eyes Alexander Borst & Johannes Plett ; Nature 2013 (link)

7) Reciprocal Homosynaptic and Heterosynaptic Long-Term Plasticity of Corticogeniculate Projection Neurons in Layer VI of the Mouse Visual Cortex Masoumeh Kourosh Arami, Kazuhiro Sohya, Abdolrahman Sarihi, Bin Jiang, Yuchio Yanagawa, and Tadaharu Tsumoto ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

8) Refractoriness Enhances Temporal Coding by Auditory Nerve Fibers Michael Avissar, John H. Wittig Jr, James C. Saunders, and Thomas D. Parsons ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

9) Feature-Specific Information Processing Precedes Concerted Activation in Human Visual Cortex Pavan Ramkumar, Mainak Jas, Sebastian Pannasch, Riitta Hari, and Lauri Parkkonen ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

10) Single-subject fMRI mapping at 7 T of the representation of fingertips in S1: a comparison of event-related and phase-encoding designs Julien Besle, Rosa-Maria Sánchez-Panchuelo, Richard Bowtell, Susan Francis, and Denis Schluppeck ; J Neurophysiology 2013 (link)

11) Long-axis specialization of the human hippocampus Jordan Poppenk, Hallvard R. Evensmoen, Morris Moscovitch, and Lynn Nadel ; Trends In Cognitive Science 2013 (link)

12) Where’s the action? The pragmatic turn in cognitive science Andreas K. Engel, Alexander Maye, Martin Kurthen, and Peter Ko ̈nig ; Trends In Cognitive Science 2013 (link)

13) Oscillatory Beta Activity Mediates Neuroplastic Effects of Motor Cortex Stimulation in Humans Craig J. McAllister, Kim C. Ro ̈nnqvist, Ian M. Stanford, Gavin L. Woodhall, Paul L. Furlong, and Stephen D. Hall ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

14) Ventral Hippocampal Neurons Are Shaped by Experience to Represent Behaviorally Relevant Contexts Robert W. Komorowski, Carolyn G. Garcia, Alix Wilson, Shoai Hattori, Marc W. Howard, and Howard Eichenbaum ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

15) Object tracking in motion-blind flies Armin Bahl, Georg Ammer, Tabea Schilling & Alexander Borst ; Nature Neuroscience 2013 (link)

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