VISION CENTER LABORATORY
I study perception of Color, ORIENTATION, brightness and Motion
Wehrhahn C (2011) Psychophysical and physiological evidence contradict a model
Wehrhahn C Teufel H (2010) How are lateral chromatic interactions computed from
cone signals? Neural Computation 22, 2763-2784.
Anstis S Gori S Wehrhahn C (2007) Afterimages and the breathing light illusion.
Perception 36: 791-794.
Wehrhahn C (2006) Reversed phi revisited. Journal of Vision 6(10): 1018-1025.
van der Smagt MJ Wehrhahn C Albright TD (2005) Contextual Masking of Oriented Lines:
Interactions between Surface Segmentation Cues. Journal of Neurophysiology 94: 576 – 589.
Teufel HJ Wehrhahn C (2004) Chromatic induction in humans: How are the cone signals
combined to provide opponent processing? Vision Research 44, 2425-2435.
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.
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.
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.
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