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Mr.
Prof. Dr. Manfred Fahle

Faculty 02
Biology/Chemistry Biology/Chemistry

E-Mail: mfahle@uni-bremen.de

Affiliations | Research Topics | Cooperations | Projects | Scientific Activities | Resources


Affiliations

High-Profile Areas
» Minds Media Machines


Affiliation to a Central Research Unit
» Center for Cognitive Sciences


Affiliation to an institute
Code Indication deutsch Indication englisch Funcition Keywords deutsch Keywords englisch
    The Henry Wellcome Laboratories for Vision Sciences City University London  Member    Honorary Visiting Professor 




Research Topics
Life sciences
» Medicine
» Neurosciences


Cooperations

Researchers with cooperation
Institution City Category Country of origin
Prof. Mitch Glickstein, Dpt. of Anatomy, University College London Research Center abroad United Kingdom
Prof. Dr. Christof Koch, Koch Laboratory, Caltech Pasadena Research Center abroad United States
Prof. Michael Morgan, Applied Vision Research Centre, City University London Research Center abroad United Kingdom
Prof. Maria Concetta Morrone, Istituto di Neurofisiologia del CNR Pisa Research Center abroad Italy
Prof. Tomaso Poggio, MIT Cambridge Research Center abroad United States
Prof. Dr. Michael Herzog, Laboratory of Psychophysics, EPFL Lausanne Research Center abroad Switzerland
Prof. Dr. Eckart Altenm├╝ller, Institut f├╝r Musikphysiologie & Musikmedizin, Hochschule f├╝r Musik, Theater & Medien Hannover University Germany Germany
Prof. Dr. Michael Bach, Universit├Ątsaugenklinik T├╝bingen University Germany Germany
Prof. Dr. Stefan A. Brandt, Vision & Motor Group, Klinik f├╝r Neurologie, Charit├ę Berlin University Germany Germany
Prof. Dr. Heinrich B├╝lthoff, Psychophysics Dpt., Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics T├╝bingen Max Planck Society Germany
Prof. Dr. Claus C. Hilgetag,Institut f├╝r Computational Neuroscience, Zentrum f├╝r Experimentelle Medizin, Universit├Ątsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf Hamburg University Germany Germany



Projects

Most significant projects
Code Indication deutsch Indication englisch Cooperation partners Funding sources/agencies Term
Funktionelle Kernspintomographie Funktionelle Kernspintomographie als Fenster zur Hirnfunktion beim Menschen Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging as a ┬┤window┬┤ to brain function in humans Prof. M. Morgan, Wellcome Laboratory, Applied Vision Research Centre, London Drittmittel: City University London 2001 - 2015
Zerebrale Sehst├Ârungen Zerebrale Sehst├Ârungen und Rehabilitation von Funktionsst├Ârungen nach Hirninfarkten Cerebral disorders of visual perception and rehabilitation of function after cerebral strokes Prof. Dr. Schwendemann, Neurologische Klinik Bremen-Ost PD Dr. Hildebrandt,Neurologische Klinik Bremen-Ost Prof. Barbur, Wellcome Laboratory, Applied Vision Research Centre, London Universit├Ąt Bremen 1999 - 2015
Figur-Grund-Unterscheidung Figur-Grund-Unterscheidung und Objekterkennung Figure-Ground-Segregation anf Object Recognition Prof. Michael Bach, Universit├Ąts Augenklinik, Freiburg Drittmittel: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, SFB 517 1999 - 2006
Perzeptuelles Lernen Perzeptuelles Lernen und visuelle Rehabilitation Perceptual Learning and Visual Rehabilitation Prof. Dr. Schwendemann, Neurologische Klinik Bremen-Ost PD Dr. Hildebrandt, Neurologische Klinik Bremen-Ost Drittmittel: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft SFB 517, TP C8 1999 - 2004


Agencies that have funded your research during the past five years (public institutions and foundations)
» DFG
» BMBF
» Volkswagen Foundation



Scientific Activities


Publications (Hyperlink)
Link (extern): http://www.humanbio.uni-bremen.de/?q=node/6 http://www.humanbio.uni-bremen.de/?q=node/6


Most significant Publications
How Much of the "Unconscious" is Just Pre - Threshold?
Type
Author(s)Fahle, M., Stemmler, T. & Spang, K.
Year2011
InFrontiers in Human Neurosciences
Issue(5)
Pages120
Link zu VolltextLink (extern): http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3198031/ http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3198031/
Article
 
Perceptual learning: specificity versus generalization (Publisher)
Type
Author(s)Fahle, M.
Year2005
InCurrent Opinion in Neurobiology
Issue15
Pages154-160
Article
 
Effects of grouping in contextual modulation
Type
Author(s)Herzog, M.H. & Fahle, M.
Year2002
InNature
Year415
Pages433-436
Link zu VolltextLink (extern): http://http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v415/n6870/full/415433a.html http://http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v415/n6870/full/415433a.html
Article
 
Grasping visual illusions: No evidence for a dissociation between perception and action
Type
Author(s)Franz, V.; Gegenfurtner, K.R; Buelthoff, H.H. & Fahle, M
Year2000
InPsychological Science
Issue11
Pages20-25
Article
 
Fast Perceptual Learning in Visual Hyperacuity
Type
Author(s)Poggio, T., Fahle, M. & Edelman, S.
Year1992
InScience
Year256
IssueNo. 5059
Pages1018-1021
Doidoi:10.1038/415433a
Link zu VolltextLink (extern): http://www.jstor.org/sici?sici=0036-8075%2819920515%293%3A256%3A5059%3C1018%3AFPLIVH%3E2.0.CO%3B2-G http://www.jstor.org/sici?sici=0036-8075%2819920515%293%3A256%3A5059%3C1018%3AFPLIVH%3E2.0.CO%3B2-G
Article
 


 

Ph.D. supervision (Hyperlink)
Link (extern): http://www.humanbio.uni-bremen.de/?q=node/16 http://www.humanbio.uni-bremen.de/?q=node/16


First habilitation reviewer
Title of the habilitation First name Last name Sex Year
Binocular Interactions: From Receiving to Perceiving Dr. rer. nat. Urte Roeber weiblich 2012
Processing Strategies and Representational Structures in Brains and Artefacts Dr. Florian R├Âhrbein männlich 2010

Visiting Scientists
Name Term Institution of origin Country of origin
Prof. Gordon M. Redding May 2009 Adjunct Faculty Illinois State University Department of Psychology Illinois United States



Resources
 
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Prof. Fahles main interest is in understanding plasticity of visual perception, more precisely, the adaptation of function in the visual system of the human brain against the background of the specialization in the different cortical areas. The methods he uses include primarily psychophysical experiments probing visual perception in patients and normal observers. These are complemented by imaging techniques, such as functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI, on both a 1.5 and 3.0 Tesla scanner) and multi-channel EEG recording.





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