Does Eye Pupil Size Indicate Distraction Levels and Mental Effort?
Does Eye Pupil Size Indicate Distraction Levels and Mental Effort?

Researchers at the University of Kentucky invite you to participate in a study measuring pupil sizes to external distractions. Researchers will measure the size of your pupil during decision-making tasks as you respond to visual images and background noises. Researchers will study if pupil size changes in response to different types and intensities of distractions. This study will investigate the relationship between distraction and mental effort.

You may be eligible to participate if you:

• Are between 20 - 65 years old

• Are able to follow instructions

• Have normal vision and hearing abilities

• Are able to speak, write, and understand English

• Have NO history of neurologic impairment (TBI, Stroke, and ADHD)

For more information:

DeAnna Pinnow

deannapinnow@uky.edu

701-721-9002


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