Pupillary response to auditory versus visual mental loading: a pilot study using super 8-mm photography.

@article{Taylor1981PupillaryRT,
  title={Pupillary response to auditory versus visual mental loading: a pilot study using super 8-mm photography.},
  author={Julian Scott Taylor},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={1981},
  volume={52 2},
  pages={425-6}
}
The present investigation was two-fold in purpose: to test the hypothesis that auditory mental loading would require greater mental effort and larger resultant pupillary dilation than visual mental loading, and to provide evidence for the feasibility of super 8-mm photography for pupillometric research. Subjects were 30 college students. Stimuli to be stored in memory and repeated aloud in reverse order were seven-digit number-series. Series were either presented visually from 35-mm slides or… CONTINUE READING

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