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Articles from Journal of Neurophysiology, 115(6)
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1. Zennou-Azogui Y, Catz N, Xerri C (2016) Hypergravity within a critical period impacts on the maturation of somatosensory cortical maps and their potential for use-dependent plasticity in the adult. Journal of Neurophysiology, 115(6):2740-2760
    [NBArticle #43782]
2. Wischnewski M, Kowalski GM, Rink F, Belagaje SR, Haut MW, Hobbs G, Buetefisch CM (2016) Demand on skillfulness modulates interhemispheric inhibition of motor cortices. Journal of Neurophysiology, 115(6):2803-2813
    [NBArticle #43777]
3. Park SH, Kwon M, Solis D, Lodha N, Christou EA (2016) Motor control differs for increasing and releasing force. Journal of Neurophysiology, 115(6):2924-2930
    [NBArticle #43778]
4. Fransen AMM, Dimitriadis G, van Ede F, Maris E (2016) Distinct α- and β-band rhythms over rat somatosensory cortex with similar properties as in humans. Journal of Neurophysiology, 115(6):3030-3044
    [NBArticle #43776]
5. Gallivan JP, Bowman NAR, Chapman CS, Wolpert DM, Flanagan JR (2016) The sequential encoding of competing action goals involves dynamic restructuring of motor plans in working memory. Journal of Neurophysiology, 115(6):3113-3122
    [NBArticle #43779]
6. Park SB, Davare M, Falla M, Kennedy WR, Selim MM, Wendelschafer-Crabb G, Koltzenburg M (2016) Fast-adapting mechanoreceptors are important for force control in precision grip but not for sensorimotor memory. Journal of Neurophysiology, 115(6):3156-3161
    [NBArticle #43783]
7. Caruso VC, Pages DS, Sommer MA, Groh JM (2016) Similar prevalence and magnitude of auditory-evoked and visually evoked activity in the frontal eye fields: implications for multisensory motor control. Journal of Neurophysiology, 115(6):3162-3173
    [NBArticle #43780]
8. Rouse AG, Schieber MH (2016) Spatiotemporal distribution of location and object effects in the electromyographic activity of upper extremity muscles during reach-to-grasp. Journal of Neurophysiology, 115(6):3238-3248
    [NBArticle #43781]