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Wagner, H.; von Campenhausen, M.: Distribution of auditory motion-direction sensitive neurons in the barn owl's midbrain. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 188 (9), pp. 705 - 713 (2002)
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Kautz, D.; Wagner, H.: GABAergic inhibition influences auditory motion-direction sensitivity in barn owls. Journal of Neurophysiology 80 (1), pp. 172 - 185 (1998)
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Preissl, H.; Cruse, H.; Luksch, H.; Malaka, R.; Neumann, T.; von Sengbusch , G.; Warzecha, A.; König, P.; Oram, M.; Wagner, H. et al.; Vollmer, G.; Mayer-Kress , G.; Egelhaaf, M.; Pfeifer, R.: Group report: The behavior of natural and artificial systems: Solutions to functional demands. Zeitschrift für Naturforschung, C: Journal of Biosciences 53 (7-8), pp. 765 - 769 (1998)
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Schaeffel, F.; Wagner, H.: Emmetropization and optical development of the eye of the barn owl (Tyto alba). Journal of Comparative Physiology A 178 (4), pp. 491 - 498 (1996)
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Wagner, H.; Frost, B.: Binocular responses of neurons in the barn owl's visual Wulst. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 174 (6), pp. 661 - 670 (1994)
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Wagner, H.; Trinath, T.; Kautz, D.: Influence of stimulus level on acoustic motion-direction sensitivity in barn owl midbrain neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 71 (5), pp. 1907 - 1916 (1994)
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Wagner, H.; Frost, B.: Disparity-sensitive cells in the owl have a characteristic disparity. Nature 364 (6440), pp. 796 - 798 (1993)
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Wagner, H.: Sound-localization deficits induced by lesions in the barn owl's auditory space map. The Journal of Neuroscience 13 (1), pp. 371 - 386 (1993)
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Wagner, H.; Takahashi, T.: Influence of temporal cues on acoustic motion-direction sensitivity of auditory neurons in the owl. Journal of Neurophysiology 68 (6), pp. 2063 - 2076 (1992)
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Schaeffel, F.; Wagner, H.: Barn owls have symmetrical accommodation in both eyes, but independent pupillary responses to light. Vision Research 32 (6), pp. 1149 - 1155 (1992)
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Wagner, H.; Schaeffel, F.: Barn owls (Tyto alba) use accommodation as a distance cue. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 169 (5), pp. 515 - 521 (1991)
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Wagner, H.: Receptive Fields of Neurons in the Owl's Auditory Brainstem Change Dynamically. European Journal of Neuroscience 2 (11), pp. 949 - 959 (1990)
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Wagner, H.; Takahashi, T.: Neurons in the midbrain of the barn owl are sensitive to the direction of apparent acoustic motion. Die Naturwissenschaften 77 (9), pp. 439 - 442 (1990)
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Takahashi, T.; Wagner, H.; Konishi, M.: Role of Commissural Projections in the Representation of Bilateral Auditory Space in the Barn Owl's Inferior Colliculus. The Journal of Comparative Neurology 281 (4), pp. 545 - 554 (1989)
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Wagner, H.; Takahashi, T.; Konishi, M.: Representation of interaural time difference in the central nucleus of the barn owl's inferior colliculus. The Journal of Neuroscience 7 (10), pp. 3105 - 3116 (1987)
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Wagner, H.: Flight performance and visual control of flight of the free-flying housefly (Musca domestica L.) I: Organization of the flight motor. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 312 (1158), pp. 527 - 551 (1986)
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Wagner, H.: Flight performance and visual control of flight of the free-flying housefly (Musca domestica L.) II: Pursuit of targets. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 312 (1158), pp. 553 - 579 (1986)
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Wagner, H.: Flight performance and visual control of flight of the free-flying housefly (musca domestical L.) III: Interactions between angular movement induced by wide- and smallfield stimuli. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 312 (1158), pp. 581 - 595 (1986)
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Wagner, H.: Flow-field variables trigger landing in flies. Nature 297 (5862), pp. 147 - 148 (1982)

Book Chapter (1)

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Konishi, M.; Takahashi, T.; Wagner, H.; Sullivan, W.: Neurophysiological and anatomical substrates of sound localization in the owl. In: Auditory Function: Neurobiological Bases of Hearing, 24, pp. 721 - 745 (Eds. Edelman, G.; Gall, W.; Cowan, W.; Carr, C.). Wiley, New York, NY, USA (1988)
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