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  • 1. If you want a pdf, email me: wehrhahn at salk.edu GENERAL Hoffmann KP Wehrhahn C (2001) Zentrale Sehsysteme. Neurowissenschaft, 2 nd edition. (Eds) Dudel J Menzel R Schmidt RF, Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, pp 407-428 Bonnet C Wehrhahn C (1999) What has the psychology of human perception learned from animal studies? Animal Models of Human Emotion and Cognition, (Eds) Haug M Whalen RE. American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. pp 143-156 Wehrhahn C (1994) Der lange Weg vom Reiz zur Erkenntnis. Sueddeutsche Zeitung 75: 37 Wehrhahn C (1993) A way to understand the brain? Aspects of modelling in neurobiology. Futura 8: 4-9 Wehrhahn C (1990) Farben sehen. In: Farben in Tirol. (Eds) Wilander H Bodini G, Arunda Verlag, Meran, Italy pp 70-74 Wehrhahn C (1989) Neural Darwinism. American Scientist 77: 731-732 PRIMATE VISION Wehrhahn C Teufel HJ (2010) How are lateral chromatic interactions computed from cone signals? Neural Computation (in press). Anstis S Gori S Wehrhahn C (2007) Afterimages and the breathing light illusion. Last but not least. Perception 36: 791-794 Wehrhahn C (2006) Reversed phi revisited. Journal of Vision 6: 1018-1025
  • 2. van der Smagt MJ Wehrhahn C Albright TD (2005) Contextual Masking of Oriented Lines: Interactions between Surface Segmentation Cues. J Neurophysiology 94, 576-589 [doi, 10.1152/jn.00366.2004] Teufel HJ Wehrhahn C (2004) Chromatic induction in humans: How are the cone signals combined to provide opponent processing? Vision Research 44: 2425- 2435 Wehrhahn C (2003) The receptive field in V1: an unexpected result. Modulation of neuronal responses: Implications for Active Vision. (Eds) Buracas GT Ruksenas O Boynton GM Albright TD, IOS Press, Amsterdam, NL. pp 219-225 Teufel HJ Wehrhahn C (2002) From tristimulus color space to cone space. Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics 18: 539-545. (Eds) Da Silva JA Matsushima EH Riebero-Filhos NP, The International Society for Psychophysics, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Wehrhahn C (2002) Color and cone fundamentals. Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics 18: 569-574. (Eds) Da Silva JA Matsushima EH Ribeiro-Filho NP. The International Society for Psychophysics, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Hoffmann KP Wehrhahn C (2001) Zentrale Sehsysteme. Neurowissenschaft, 2 nd edition, (Eds) Dudel J Menzel R Schmidt RF, Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, pp 407-428 Li W Thier P Wehrhahn C (2001) Neuronal responses from beyond the classic receptive field in V1 of alert monkeys. Experimental Brain Research 139: 359- 371
  • 3. Wehrhahn C Rapf D (2001) Perceptual learning of apparent motion is mediated through ON- and OFF-pathways in human vision. Vision Research 41: 353-358 Teufel HJ Wehrhahn C (2000) Evidence for the contribution of S-cones to the detection of flicker brightness and red-green. Journal of the Optical Society of America A 17: 994-1006 Li W Thier P Wehrhahn C (2000) Contextual influence on orientation discrimination of humans and responses of neurons in V1 of alert monkeys. Journal of Neurophysiology 83: 941-954 Wehrhahn C (2000a) Retinal coding for vernier acuity and motion. In: Prerational Intelligence: Adaptive Behavior and Intelligent Systems Without Symbols and Logic, Vol. I, (Eds) Cruse H Dean J Ritter H Kluwer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pp 151-162 Wehrhahn C (2000b) Evidence for perceptual learning in vision. In: Prerational Intelligence: Adaptive Behavior and Intelligent Systems Without Symbols and Logic, Vol. II, (Eds) Cruse H Dean J Ritter H, Kluwer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pp 681-691 Westheimer G Brincat S Wehrhahn C (1999) Contrast dependency of foveal spatial functions: orientation, vernier, separation, blur and displacement discrimination and the tilt and Poggendorff illusions. Vision Research 39: 1631- 1639 Bonnet C Wehrhahn (1999) What has the psychology of human perception learned from animal studies? Animal Models of Human Emotion and Cognition, (Eds.) M. Haug, R.E. Whalen. American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. pp 143-156
  • 4. Wehrhahn C Dresp B (1998) Detection facilitation by collinear stimuli in humans: Dependence on strength and sign of contrast. Vision Research 38: 423-428 Wachtler T Wehrhahn C (1997) The Craik-O'Brien-Cornsweet illusion in colour: Quantitative characterisation and comparison with luminance. Perception 26: 1423-1430 Westheimer G Wehrhahn C (1997) Real and virtual borders in the Poggendorff illusion. Perception 26: 1495-1502 Wachtler T Wehrhahn C Lee BB (1996) A simple model of human foveal ganglion cell responses to hyperacuity stimuli. Journal of Computational Neuroscience 3: 73-82 Wehrhahn C Li W Westheimer G (1996) Patterns that impair discrimination of line orientation in human vision. Perception 25: 1053-1064 Hoffmann KP Wehrhahn C (1996) Zentrale Sehsysteme. Neurowissenschaft, (Eds) Dudel J Menzel R Schmidt RF. Springer Heidelberg, pp. 383-403 Wachtler T Wehrhahn C (1996) Perception of luminance and color. Comparing functional properties of detection and induction in human vision. Neurobiology, Ionic Channels, Neurons, and the Brain. (Eds) Torre V Conti P, Plenum, New York, pp. 383-389 Lee BB Wehrhahn C Westheimer G Kremers J (1995) The spatial precision of macaque retinal ganglion cell responses in relation to vernier acuity in human observers. Vision Research 35: 2743-2758 Westheimer G Wehrhahn C (1994) Discrimination of direction of motion in human
  • 5. vision. J. Neurophysiology 71, 33-37 Wehrhahn C (1994) Der lange Weg vom Reiz zur Erkenntnis. Sueddeutsche Zeitung , Munich, Germany Vol. 75: 37 Lee BB Wehrhahn C Westheimer G Kremers J (1993) Macaque ganglion cell responses to stimuli that elicit hyperacuity in man: detection of small displacements. J. Neuroscience 13: 1001-1009 Wehrhahn C (1993) A way to understand the brain? Aspects of modelling in neurobiology. Futura 8: 4-9 Wehrhahn C Westheimer G (1993) Temporal asynchrony interferes with vernier acuity. Visual Neuroscience 10: 13-19 Wehrhahn C Rapf D (1992) ON- and OFF-pathways form separate neural substrates for motion perception. J. Neuroscience 12: 2247-2250 Wehrhahn C (1992a) Some quantitative remarks about the retina, the primary visual cortex, and perception in humans. In: Information processing in the cortex. (Eds) Aertsen A Braitenberg V, Sppringer, Heidelberg, Germany pp 197 - 186 Wehrhahn C (1992b) Temporal resolution in vision: psychophysical experiments and neural structure. In: Analysis and modeling of neural systems. (Ed) Eeckman FH, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pp 199-205 Fahle M Wehrhahn C (1991) Motion perception in the peripheral visual field. Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol 229:430-436 Wehrhahn C Heide G and Petersen D (1990) Long-range color interactions in
  • 6. human visual cortex. Clincal Vision Sciences 5: 401-406 Wehrhahn C Westheimer G (1990) How vernier acuity depends on contrast. Exp Brain Res 80: 616-618 Wehrhahn C Westheimer G Abulencia A (1990) Binocular summation in temporal-order detection. J Opt Soc Am A 7: 731-732 Wehrhahn C (1990) Farben sehen. In: Farben in Tirol. (Eds) Wilander H Bodini G, Arunda Verlag, Meran, pp 70-74 Wehrhahn C (1989) Neural Darwinism. American Scientist 77: 731-732 Mitchison G Toulouse G Wehrhahn C (1988) The temporal integration of 3-D structure from motion: a computational and psychophysical study. 5, VHC Verlagsgesellschaft m. b. H., Weinheim, Germany Wehrhahn C (1987) Comparison of color sensation in dichoptic and in normal vision. Biol Cybern 57: 213-215 Wehrhahn C (1987) Induced colors in normal and dichoptic stimulation in man. J Physiol 390: 29-30 INSECTS Hausen K Wehrhahn C (1990) Neural circuits mediating visual flight control in flies. II. Separation of two control systems by microsurgical brain lesions. J Neuroscience 10: 351-360 Hausen K Wehrhahn C (1989) Neural circuits mediating visual flight control in
  • 7. flies. I. Quantitative comparison of neural and behavioural response characteristics. J Neuroscience 9: 3828-3836 Egelhaaf M Hausen K Reichardt WE Wehrhahn C (1988) Visual course control in flies relies on neuronal computation of object and background motion. TINS 11: 351-358 Feiler R Harris WA Kirschfeld K Wehrhahn C Zuker CS (1988) Targeted misexpression of a Drosophila opsin gene leads to altered visual function. Nature 333: 737-741 Werner A Menzel R Wehrhahn C (1988) Color constancy in the honey bee. J. Neuroscience 8: 156-159 Wehrhahn C Hausen K (1980) How are tracking and fixation accomplished in the nervous system of the fly? Biol. Cybernetics 38: 179-186 Wehrhahn C (1979) Sex-specific differences in the chasing behaviour of houseflies (Musca) Biol Cybern 32, 239-241 Wehrhahn C Poggio T (1976) Real-time delayed tracking in flies. Nature 261: 43- 44 Wehrhahn, C (1986) Motion sensitive yaw torque responses of the housefly Musca: a quantitative study. Biol Cybern 55: 275-280 Wehrhahn C (1985) Visual guidance of flies during flight. In: Comprehensive Insect Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology. (Eds) Kerkut GA Gilbert LI, Pergamon Press, Oxford, pp 673-684 Götz KG Wehrhahn C (1984) Optomotor control of the force of flight in
  • 8. Drosophila and Musca. I. Homology of wingbeat-inhibiting movement detectors. Biol Cybern 51: 129-134 Wehrhahn C (1984) Ocellar vision and orientation in flies. Proc R Soc Lond B 222: 409-411 Bülthoff HH Wehrhahn C (1984) Computation of Motion and Position in the Visual System of the Fly (Musca). Experiments with Uniform Stimulation. Localization and Orientation in Biology and Engineering. (Eds) Varju D Schnitzler HU Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany pp 149-152 Wehrhahn C (1984) Visual orientation of flies in flight. Localization and Orientation in Biology and Engineering, Localization and Orientation in Biology and Engineering. (Eds) Varju D Schnitzler HU Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany pp 112-118 Hausen K Wehrhahn C (1983) Microsurgical lesion of horizontal cells changes optomotor yaw responses in the blowfly Calliphora erythrocephala. Proc R Soc Lond B 219: 211-216 Wehrhahn C Poggio T Bülthoff HH (1982) Tracking and Chasing in Houseflies (Musca). An Analysis of 3-D Flight Trajectories. Biol Cybern 45: 123-130 Wehrhahn C (1981) Fast and slow flight torque responses in flies and their possible role in visual orientation behaviour. Biol Cybern 40: 213-221 Wehrhahn C Hausen K Zanker J (1980) Is the landing response of the housefly (Musca) driven by motion of a flow field? Biol Cybern 41: 91-99 Bülthoff HH Poggio T Wehrhahn C (1980) 3-D Analysis of the Flight Trajectories of Flies (Drosophila melanogaster). Z Naturforsch 35c: 811-815
  • 9. Praagh JP Ribi W Wehrhahn C Wittmann D (1980) Drone bees fixate the queen with the dorsal frontal part of their compound eyes. J comp Physiol 136: 263-266 Wehrhahn C (1980) Visual fixation and tracking in flies. In: Mathematical Models in Molecular and Cellular Biology. (Ed) Segel LA, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK pp 568-603 Wehrhahn C Hausen K (1980) How are tracking and fixation accomplished in the nervous system of the fly? Biol Cybern 38: 179-186 Wehrhahn C (1979) Sex-specific differences in the chasing behaviour of houseflies (Musca). Biol Cybern 32: 239-241 Wehrhahn C (1978) The angular orientation of the movement detectors acting on the flight lift response in flies. Biol Cybern 31: 169-173 Wehrhahn C (1978) Flight torque and lift responses of the housefly (Musca domestica) to a single stripe moving in diferent parts of the visual field. Biol Cybern 29: 237-247 Wehrhahn C (1976) Evidence for the role of retinal receptors R 7/8 in the orientation behaviour of the fly. Biol Cybern 21: 213-220 Wehrhahn C Poggio T (1976) Real-time delayed tracking in flies. Nature 261: 43- 44 Wehrhahn C Reichardt (1975) Visually induced height orientation of the fly Musca domestica. Biol Cybern 20: 37-50 Wehrhahn C Reichardt W (1973) Visual orientation of the fly Musca domestica
  • 10. towards a horizontally oriented stripe. Naturwissenschaften 60: 203-204 THESES Wehrhahn C (1974) Verhaltensstudie zur visuellen Hoehenorientierung der Fliege Musca domestica. Doctoral Dissertation. Max-Planck-Institut fuer biologische Kybernetik and Dept of Biology, Eberhard-Karls-Universitaet, Tuebingen Wehrhahn C (1970) Der Salzfingermechanismus und seine Anwendung auf die Stabilitaet von Schichtungen der chemischen Elemente in hochentwickelten Sternen. Diploma Thesis. Sternwarte, Dept of Physics, Georg-August- Universitaet, Goettingen

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