Buchkapitel

  1. Fahle, M. & Poggio, T.: The precision of interpolation during apparent movement can be in the hyperacuity range. In: C.C. Jaffe (Ed.) 2. International Conference on Visual Psychophysics and Medical Imaging. New York: IEEE; pp. 65-74 (1981)
  2. Poggio, T. & Fahle M.: Spatiotemporal interpolation in vision. In: J. Beck, B. Hope & J Rosenfeld (Eds.) Human and Machine Vision. New York: Academic Press; pp. 365-393 (1983)
  3. Fahle, M. & Braitenberg, V: Some quantitative aspects of cerebellar anatomy as a guide to speculation on cerebellar functions. In: J.R. Bloedel, J. Dichgans, W. Precht (Eds.) Cerebellar functions. Berlin: Springer; pp. 186-200 (1984)
  4. Fahle, M. & Poggio, T.: Visual Hyperacuity: Spatiotemporal interpolation in human vision. In: S. Ullman & W. Richards (Eds.) Image Understanding. New Jersey: Ablex Publishing Company; Ch.2 (1984)
  5. Steuhl, K.P.; Fahle, M. & Aulhorn, E.: On the relation between visual fields and electroretinography in pigmentary retinopathy. In: I. Favilla & L.M. Kelleher (Eds.). Proc. 5th. Intern. Retinitis Pigmentosa Conf. Melbourne: Vic.; pp. 156-162(1988)
  6. Fahle, M.: Parallel, semi-parallel, and serial processing of visual hyperacuity. In: Human Vision and Electronic Imaging: Models, Methods and Applications. Proc. Intern. Soc. Optical Engineering 1249; pp. 147-154 (1990)
  7. Fahle, M. & Troscianko, T.: Limiting factors of texture and stereoscopic depth perception in humans. In: J. Kulikowski, V. Walsh & I.J. Murray (Eds.): Limits of vision.. Vision and visual dysfunction,Vol. 5. London: Macmillan; pp 120-132 (1991)
  8. Fahle, M.: Parallel detection and serial classification in visual hyperacuity. In: B. Blum & S. Hochstein (Eds.) Channels in the visual nervous system. London & Tel Aviv: Freund, pp 371-395 (1991)
  9. Fahle, M.: Bewegungssehen und Scheinbewegung. in: Zrenner, E. & Eysel, U.: Das visuelle System; in: E. Deetjen & E.J. Speckmann (Eds.): Physiologie. Urban & Schwarzenberg, München, S. 101-102 (1992)
  10. Fahle, M.: Learning to perceive features below the foveal photoreceptor spacing. In: M. Fahle & T. Poggio (Eds): Perceptual Learning. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (2000)
  11. Fahle, M.: Visuelle Illusionen. In: Thier & Karnath (Eds): Kognitive Neurowissenschaften, Springer, Berlin (2001)
  12. Fahle, M.: Perzeptuelles Lernen. In: Thier & Karnath (Eds): Kognitive Neurowissenschaften, Springer, Berlin (2001)
  13. Fahle, M. & Bach, M.: The visual evoked response. In: Heckenlively, J.R & Arden, G.B. (Eds.): Principles and Practice of Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision. pp 207-234. MIT Press (2006)
  14. Fahle, M.: How can language cope with colour? In: M. H. Marjolijn & W. Spooren (Eds.): Converging Evidence in Language and Communication Research. J. Benjamins Publishers (2007)
  15. Fahle, M.: Visuelles System und visuelle Wahrnehmung. (Eds: Gauggel, S. & Herrmann, M.) Handbuch der Neuro- und Bio-Psychologie (2007)
  16. Fahle, M.: Wie kommen Bilder in das Gehirn? Die Sicht der Hirnforschung. In J. Thiele (Hrsg.): Neue Impulse der Bilderbuchforschung. Schneider: Hohengehren (2007)
  17. Fahle, M.: Perceptual learning and sensory plasticity. In: Squire, L. et al. (Eds.) The New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Elsevier Publishers (2008)
  18. Fahle, M.: Perceptual learning and sensory optimization. In: Bayne, T. et al. (Eds.) The Oxford Companion to Consciousness. Oxford University Press (2009)