Prof. Dr. Christian Wehrhahn

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Christian Wehrhahn

Position: Research Scientist  Unit: Alumni Logothetis

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Articles (49):

Wehrhahn C and Teufel H (November-2010) How Are Lateral Chromatic Interactions Computed from Cone Signals? Neural Computation 22(11) 2763-2784.
Anstis S, Gori S and Wehrhahn C (May-2007) Afterimages and the Breathing Light Illusion Perception 36(5) 791-794.
Wehrhahn C (September-2006) Reversed phi revisited Journal of Vision 6(10) 1018-1025.
van der Smagt MJ, Wehrhahn C and Albright TD (July-2005) Contextual Masking of Oriented Lines: Interactions between Surface Segmentation Cues Journal of Neurophysiology 94(1) 576-589.
Teufel HJ and Wehrhahn C (September-2004) Chromatic induction in humans: How are the cone signals combined to provide opponent processing? Vision Research 44(20) 2425-2435.
Li W, Thier P and Wehrhahn C (August-2001) Neuronal responses from beyond the classic receptive field in V1 of alert monkeys Experimental Brain Research 139(3) 359-371.
Wehrhahn C and Rapf D (February-2001) Perceptual learning of apparent motion is mediated through ON- and OFF-pathways in human vision Vision Research 41(3) 353-358.
Teufel HJ and Wehrhahn C (June-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(6) 994-1006.
Li W, Thier P and Wehrhahn C (February-2000) Contextual influence on orientation discrimination of humans and responses of neurons in V1 of alert monkeys Journal of Neurophysiology 83(2) 941-954.
Westheimer G, Brincat S and Wehrhahn C (May-1999) Contrast dependency of foveal spatial functions: orientation, vernier, separation, blur and displacement discrimination and the tilt and Poggendorff illusions Vision Research 39(9) 1631-1639.
Wehrhahn C and Dresp B (February-1998) Detection facilitation by collinear stimuli in humans: Dependence on strength and sign of contrast Vision Research 38(3) 423-428.
Wachtler T and Wehrhahn C (November-1997) The Craik-O'Brien-Cornsweet illusion in colour: quantitative characterisation and comparison with luminance Perception 26(11) 1423-1430.
Westheimer G and Wehrhahn C (February-1997) Real and virtual borders in the Poggendorff illusion Perception 26(2) 1495-1502.
Wehrhahn C, Li W and Westheimer G (September-1996) Patterns that impair discrimination of line orientation in human vision Perception 25(9) 1053-1064.
Wachtler T, Wehrhahn C and Lee BB (March-1996) A simple model of human foveal ganglion cell responses to hyperacuity stimuli Journal of Computational Neuroscience 3(1) 73-82.
Lee BB, Wehrhahn C, Westheimer G and Kremers J (October-1995) The spatial precision of macaque retinal ganglion cell responses in relation to vernier acuity in human observers Vision Research 35(19) 2743-2758.
Westheimer G and Wehrhahn C (January-1994) Discrimination of direction of motion in human vision Journal of Neurophysiology 71(1) 33-37.
Lee BB, Wehrhahn C, Westheimer G and Kremers J (March-1993) Macaque ganglion cell responses to stimuli that elicit hyperacuity in man: detection of small displacements Journal of Neuroscience 13(3) 1001-1009.
Wehrhahn C (January-1993) A way to understand the brain? Aspects of modeling in neurobiology Futura 8(1) 4-9.
Wehrhahn C and Westheimer G (January-1993) Temporal asynchrony interferes with vernier acuity Visual Neuroscience 10(1) 13-19.
Wehrhahn C and Rapf D (June-1992) ON- and OFF-pathways form separate neural substrates for motion perception: psychophysical evidence Journal of Neuroscience 12(6) 2247-2250.
Fahle M and Wehrhahn C (September-1991) Motion perception in the peripheral visual field Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology 229(5) 430-436.
Wehrhahn C, Heide G and Petersen D (October-1990) Long-range color interactions in human visual cortex Clincal Vision Sciences 5(4) 401-406.
Wehrhahn C and Westheimer G (May-1990) How vernier acuity depends on contrast Experimental Brain Research 80(3) 616-618.
Wehrhahn C, Westheimer G and Abulencia A (April-1990) Binocular summation in temporal-order detection Journal of the Optical Society of America A 7(4) 731-732.
Hausen K and Wehrhahn C (January-1990) Neural circuits mediating visual flight control in flies II: Separation of two control systems by microsurgical brain lesions Journal of Neuroscience 10(1) 351-360.
Hausen K and Wehrhahn C (November-1989) Neural circuits mediating visual flight control in flies I: Quantitative comparison of neural and behavioural response characteristics Journal of Neuroscience 9(11) 3828-3836.
Wehrhahn C (November-1989) Neural Darwinism: The Theory of Neuronal Group Selection by Gerald M. EdelmanNeural Darwinism American Scientist 77(6) 582-583.
Egelhaaf M, Hausen K, Reichardt WE and Wehrhahn C (August-1988) Visual course control in flies relies on neuronal computation of object and background motion Trends in Neurosciences 11(8) 351-358.
Feiler R, Harris WA, Kirschfeld K, Wehrhahn C and Zuker CS (June-1988) Targeted misexpression of a Drosophila opsin gene leads to altered visual function Nature 333(6175) 737-741.
Werner A, Menzel R and Wehrhahn C (January-1988) Color constancy in the honeybee Journal of Neuroscience 8(1) 156-159.
Wehrhahn C (November-1987) Comparison of color sensation in dichoptic and in normal vision Biological Cybernetics 57(4-5) 213-215.
Wehrhahn C (July-1986) Motion sensitive yaw torque responses of the housefly Musca: a quantitative study Biological Cybernetics 55(4) 275-280.
Götz KG and Wehrhahn C (November-1984) Optomotor control of the force of flight in Drosophila and Musca. I. Homology of wingbeat-inhibiting movement detectors Biological Cybernetics 51(2) 129-134.
Wehrhahn C (September-1984) Ocellar vision and orientation in flies Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 222(1228) 409-411.
Hausen K and Wehrhahn C (September-1983) Microsurgical lesion of horizontal cells changes optomotor yaw responses in the blowfly Calliphora erythrocephala Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 219(1215) 211-216.
Wehrhahn C, Poggio T and Bülthoff HH (September-1982) Tracking and chasing in houseflies (Musca): An analysis of 3-D flight trajectories Biological Cybernetics 45(2) 123-130.
Wehrhahn C, Hausen K and Zanker J (August-1981) Is the landing response of the housefly (Musca) driven by motion of a flow field? Biological Cybernetics 41(2) 91-99.
Wehrhahn C (May-1981) Fast and slow flight torque responses in flies and their possible role in visual orientation behaviour Biological Cybernetics 40(3) 213-221.
Bülthoff HH, Poggio T and Wehrhahn C (October-1980) 3-D Analysis of the Flight Trajectories of Flies (Drosophila melanogaster) Zeitschrift für Naturforschung C 35(9-10) 811-815.
Wehrhahn C and Hausen K (October-1980) How are tracking and fixation accomplished in the nervous system of the fly? Biological Cybernetics 38(3) 179-186.
Praagh JP, Ribi W, Wehrhahn C and Wittmann D (September-1980) Drone bees fixate the queen with the dorsal frontal part of their compound eyes Journal of Comparative Physiology 136(3) 263-266.
Wehrhahn C (May-1979) Sex-specific differences in the chasing behaviour of houseflies (Musca) Biological Cybernetics 32(4) 239-241.
Wehrhahn C (December-1978) Flight torque and lift responses of the housefly (Musca domestica) to a single stripe moving in different parts of the visual field Biological Cybernetics 29(4) 237-247.
Wehrhahn C (September-1978) The angular orientation of the movement detectors acting on the flight lift response in flies Biological Cybernetics 31(3) 169-173.
Wehrhahn C and Poggio T (May-1976) Real-time delayed tracking in flies Nature 261(5555) 43-44.
Wehrhahn C (February-1976) Evidence for the role of retinal receptors R 7/8 in the orientation behaviour of the fly Biological Cybernetics 21(4) 213-220.
Wehrhahn C and Reichardt W (March-1975) Visually induced height orientation of the fly Musca domestica Biological Cybernetics 20(1) 37-50.
Wehrhahn C and Reichardt W (April-1973) Visual orientation of the fly Musca domestica towards a horizontally oriented stripe Naturwissenschaften 60(4) 203-204.

Conference papers (7):

Wehrhahn C (2003) The Receptive Field in Primate V1: an Unexpected Result In: Modulation of Neuronal Signalling: Implications for Visual Perception, , NATO Advanced Study Institute on Modulation of Neuronal Responses: Implications for Active Vision 2000, IOS Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 229-225, Series: NATO Science Series: Series 1, Life and behavioural sciences ; 334.
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