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Presentations to the public

Organization of the International Colour Conferenz Colour in Mind (2016, Tübingen) www.farbe-im-kopf.de

ARTE Magazin Xenius Farbwahrnehmung - Wie wirkt Farbe auf uns? http://programm.ard.de/TV/Themenschwerpunkte/Dokus--Reportagen/Wissenschaft/Startseite/?sendung=2872417838341532

TechOpenAir, Berlin 2015: "How #TheDress changes colour" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62wQMtH8xiA

Science Notes, Tübingen,2015: Welche Farbe hat das Kleid oder Ich sehe was was Du nicht siehst. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62wQMtH8

TÜFF, Tübingen, 2015. https://www.uni-tuebingen.de/aktuelles/tuefff-tuebinger-fenster-fuer-forschung.html


Tübinger Sommeruniversität 2009: "Farbe – Wahrnehmung oder Illusion? Wie unser Gehirn die Welt in Farbe taucht„. [Tübingen Summer University 2009: "Colour – perception or deception? How our brain colours the world."]

Note: Reading out aloud the names of colours is difficult when the colour names do not correspond to their perceived colours (see text on the right)


Interdisziplinäres Forum Schnittstelle "Mensch" Hören und Sehen: "Goethes Farbwelten". Universität Tübingen, 2009.

[Second Interdisciplinary Forum "Human Interface" Hearing and Seeing: "Goethe’s Colour Worlds". Tübingen University 2009.]


Kinder-Uni Forscher Tag 2007, Tübingen: “Warum wir unseren Augen manchmal nicht trauen können…„ ["Why we can’t always trust our eyes..." Lecture and experiments for children aged 8-12 on how our visual system works and why it can be tricked. July 7th 2007, University Eye Hospital Tübingen.]

Note: The hat is as wide as it is tall, and the elephant has an impossible number of legs!


Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften “Sehen: Wirklichkeit oder Täuschung?„ ["The world as we see it: reality or illusion?“ Demonstrations of some of the most powerful visual illusions.] July 5th, 2005, University Hospital Tübingen.

Note: All the concentric lines are in fact proper circles, and on the right hand side the square A and B noth have the same luminance ... they are photometrically identical, but not identical in our perception.


2. Tag der Gesundheitsforschung. "What happens when we see?“. How the eye and brain transform light into vision. 19th February, 2005.

Publications

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Werner, A., Alisa Schmidt. (in prep.). The empress' new dress: simulation of the #thedress phenomenon in real scenes.

 

Zobor, D., Werner, A., Stanzial, F., Rudolph, G., Kellner, U., Hamel, Chr., Andréasson, S., Zobor, G., Strasser, T., Wissinger, B., Kohl, S. & Zrenner, E. (2017). The clinical phenotype of CNGA3-related achromatopsia: Pre-treatment characterisation in preparation of a gene replacement therapy trial. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 58, 821-832. doi:10.1167/iovs.16-20427.
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Werner, A., Stürzl, W., Zanker, J. (2016). Object Recognition in Flight: How Do Bees Distinguish between 3D Shapes? PLoS one, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0147106.g001
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Werner, A. (2014). Spatial and temporal aspects of chromatic adaptation and their functional significance for colour constancy. Vision Research, 104, 80 - 89.
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Chittka, L., Faruq, S., Skorupski, P. & Werner, A. (2014). Colour constancy in insects. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 200, 435 - 448.
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Kelly-Perez, I., Bruce, N. C., Berriel-Valdos, L. R. & Werner, A., Delgado Atencio, J. A. 2013). A computational model of scattering of light from cataracts in the human eye. Journal of the Optical Society of America A , 30, 2585 - 2594.
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Werner, A., (2011). Colour Perception in infants & young children: the significance of color in picture books. In: Studies in written language and literacy, 13: Emergent literacy. Children’s books from 0 to 3. Kümmerling-Meibauer, B. (ed.), 39 - 55. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

 

Werner, A. Bayer, A., Schwarz, G., Zrenner, E. & Paulus, P. (2010). Effects of ageing on short-wavelength gain control: transient tritanopia increases with age. Vision Research, 50, 1641-1648.

 

Willmann, G., Ivanov. I. V., Fischer, M.D., Lahiri, S., Pokharel, R. K., Werner, A.* & Khurana, T. J.* (2010). Effects on colour discrimination during long-term exposure to high altitudes on Mt. Everest. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 94, 1393 - 1397. * shared senior-authorship.

 

Ivanov, I., & Werner, A. (2009). Colour in action: evidence for a redundancy signal effect when driving motor responses by combined colour and spatial cues. Psychology & Neuroscience, 2, 17 - 24.

 

Werner, A., Bayer, A., Schwarz, G., Zrenner, E. & Paulus, P. (under revision). Effects of ageing on short-wavelength gain control: transient tritanopia increases with age. (Vision Research).

 

Werner, A. (under revision). Colouring of children's books and the development of colour vision in children. In: Written Language and Literacy, Benjamins (Amsterdam).

 

Willmann. G., Ivanov. I.V., Fischer, M.D., Lahiri, S., Pokharel, R. K., Werner, A.* & Khurana, T.J.*. (under revision). Effects on colour discrimination during long term exposure to high altitudes on Mt. Everest. (British Journal of Ophthalmology). * shared senior-authorship.

 

Ivanov, I. & Werner, A. (under revision). Unsupervised learning of subliminal color cues and their influence on action (Psychology & Neuroscience).

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Ivanov, I. & Werner, A. (2009). Colour in action: evidence for a redundancy signal effect when driving motor responses by combined colour and spatial cues. Psychology & Neuroscience, 2, 17 - 24.
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Werner, A. (2007). Color constancy improves, when an object moves: High-level motion influences color perception. Journal of Vision, 7, 1 - 14.
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Werner, A. (2006). The influence of depth segmentation on colour constancy. Perception, 35, 1171-1184.
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Werner, A., Smith, V., Pokorny, J., Kremers, J. & Greenlee, M. (2005) Psychophysical correlates of identified physiological processes in the human visual system. In: Kremer, J. (Ed), The Primate Visual System, 311-358. New York: Wiley & Sons.

 

Werner, A. & Ehmer, A. (2006). Age related changes of colour constancy. Perception, 35 (suppl), 23.

 

Ivanov, I. & Werner, A. (2006). The role of colour in visually guided actions. Perception, 35 (suppl), 149.

 

Martin, A. & Werner, A. (2006). The motion aftereffect under scotopic conditions. Perception, 35 (suppl), 219.

 

Gekeler, F., Shinoda, K., Blatsios, G., Werner, A. & Zrenner, E. (2005). Scotopic threshod responses to infrared irradiation in cats. Vision Research, 46, 357-364.
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Werner, A. (2005). Dynamic Colour constancy. Proceedings of the AIC Colour 05, Nieves, J.L. & Hernandez-Andres (Eds), 437-348.

 

Werner, A. (2004). Chromatic adaptation in motion. Journal of Vision, 4, 58.

 

Werner A. (2003b). Chromatic adaptation across depth planes. Perception, 32 (suppl), 148.

Werner A. (2003a). The spatial tuning of chromatic adaptation. Vision Research, 43, 1611-1623.
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Werner, A. & Sharpe, L.T. (2001). The influence of image articulation on the time-course of chromatic adaptation. Perception, 30 (suppl), 3.

Werner, A., Sharpe, L.T. & Zrenner, E. (2000). Asymmetries in the time-course of chromatic adaptation and the significance of contrast. Vision Research, 40, 1101-1113.
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Werner, A., & Woo, G. (1998). Are there differences in colour vision between Chinese and Caucasians? Proceedings of the 12th Asia Pacific Optometric Congress, 23.

 

Werner, A. (1996). The effect of contrasts on the time course of chromatic adaptation in a complex pattern. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences, 37 (suppl), 1064.

 

Werner, A. (1995). Neural mechanisms underlying colour constancy. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences, 36 (suppl), 558.

Werner, A., Schwarz, G. & Paulus, W. (1994). Ageing and chromatic contrast sensitivity. In: Color Vision Deficiency XII, Documenta Ophthalmologica, Proceedings Series, Drum, B., (Ed), 235 - 242. Boston: Kluwer.
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Paulus, W., Schwarz, G., Werner, A., Lange, H., Bayer, A., Hofschuster, M., Müller, N. & Zrenner, E. (1993). Impairment of retinal increment thresholds in Huntington’s Disease. Annals of Neurology, 34, 574 - 578.
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Werner, A. (1992). Psychophysical studies on ageing of the colour vision system. Perception, 21 (suppl), 21.

Werner, A. (1991). Studies on colour constancy in man using a checkerboard - Mondrian. In: From Pigments to Perception. Advances in Understanding Visual Processes, Nato ASI Series, A, Valberg, A. & Lee, B.B., (Eds), 391-395. New York: Plenum Press.
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Werner, A. (1990). Colour Constancy in the Honeybee, Apis mellifera. (Original Title: Farbkonstanz bei der Honigbiene, Apis mellifera. Untersuchung der zugrundeliegenden Mechanismen kontextbezogener Farbkodierung, sowie eine Studie der Farbkonstanzleistung des Menschen unter identischen Versuchsbedingungen). PhD Thesis, Freie Universität Berlin.

 

Menzel, R., Ventura, D.F., Werner, A., Joachim, L.C.M. & Backhaus, W. (1989). Spectral sensitivity of single photoreceptors and color vision in the stingless bee, Melipona quadrifasciata. Journal of Comparative Physiology, A, 166, 152-164.
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Backhaus, W. , Werner, A., & Menzel, R. (1987). Color Vision in honybees: metrik, dimensions, constancy and ecological factors. In: Neurobiology and Behavior of honeybees. Menzel, R. & Mercer, A. (Eds.), 172-190. Springer Verlag: Berlin.

Werner, A., Menzel, R. & Wehrhahn, Chr. (1988). Colour Constancy in the Honeybee. Journal of Neuroscience, 8, 156-159.
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