Abstract

A study of the variation of pupil diameter with illumination of the retina indicates that the photo-pupil reflex is confined to the photopic range of illumination. On the basis of this result, the hypothesis is proposed that the photo-pupil reflex is essentially initiated by cone response. Suggestions are made for further investigation.

© 1949 Optical Society of America

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