Brightlamp’s Reflex Whitepaper & User Guide:
Eyeing up the Future of the Pupillary Light Reflex in Neurodiagnostics.
Clinical Applications of Pupillography.
Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Past, Present and Future.
Assessment of autonomic function in high level athletes by pupillometry.
Ocular parameters as an objective tool for the assessment of truck drivers fatigue.
On the Influence of Pretest Conditions on the Reproducibility of the Pupillographic Sleepiness Test.
Operational implications of varying ambient light levels and time‐of‐day effects on saccadic velocity and pupillary light reflex.
Original Research: Pupillary Constriction Velocity and Latency to Predict Excessive Daytime Sleepiness.
Pupillary movements during acute and chronic fatigue.
Pupillographic assessment of sleepiness in sleep-deprived healthy subjects.
Pupillographic sleepiness testing in hypersomniacs and normals.
Pupillography as an objective indicator of fatigue.
Sleep deprivation alters pupillary reactivity to emotional stimuli in healthy young adults.
Spontaneous fluctuations in pupil size are not triggered by lens accommodation.
The Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Oculomotor Responses.
The pupil as a possible premonitor of drowsiness.
The Pupillographic Sleepiness Test Analyzed by Computational Intelligence Methods.
The Pupillographic Sleepiness Test in Adults: Effect of Age, Gender, and Time of Day on Pupillometric Variables.
Time-of-day variations in different measures of sleepiness ~MSLT, pupillography, and SSS! and their interrelations.
The Pupillary Light Reflex Effects of Anesthetics and Hyperthermia.
Pupillary Effects of High-dose Opioid Quantified with Infrared Pupillometry.
Pupillary Reflex Dilation to Predict Movement.
Alteration of the Human Pupillary Light Reflex by General Anesthesia.
The effects of anesthetic agents on pupillary function during general anesthesia using the automated infrared quantitative pupillometer.
Quantitative pupillometry, a new technology: normative data and preliminary observations in patients with acute head injury.
Brain Stem Blood Flow, Pupillary Response, and Outcome in Patients with Severe Head Injuries.
Comparison of pupillary dynamics to light in the mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and normal populations.
Saved by the Pupillometer! – A role for pupillometry in the acute assessment of patients with traumatic brain injuries?
Infrared pupillometry, the Neurological Pupil index and unilateral pupillary dilation after traumatic brain injury: implications for treatment paradigms.
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) and Photosensitivity: Objective Pupillometric Findings.
Visual dysfunctions and symptoms during the subacute stage of blast-induced mild traumatic brain injury.
Objective Pupillary Correlates of Photosensitivity in the Normal and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Populations.
Pupillary Light Reflex as an Objective Biomarker for Early Identification of Blast-Induced mTBI.
Quantifying pupillary asymmetry through objective binocular pupillometry in the normal and mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) populations.
Visual Dysfunctions and Symptoms During the Subacute Stage of Blast-Induced Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.
Altered pupillary size and darkness and light reflexes in Alzheimer's disease.
Changes in pupil reaction to light in Alzheimer’s disease patients: a preliminary report.
Cholinergic deficiency in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease: Evaluation with pupillometry.
Pupil Light Reflex in Parkinson's Disease: Evaluation With Pupillometry.
Pupillometric findings in patients with Parkinson's disease and cognitive disorder.
Cognitive Load During Speech Perception in Noise: The Influence of Age, Hearing Loss, and Cognition on the Pupil Response.
Memory load and the cognitive pupillary response in aging.
Pupillary responses on the visual backward masking task reflect general cognitive ability.
Evaluation of pupillary response to light in patients with glaucoma: a study using computerized pupillometry.
Accuracy of Pupil Assessment for the Detection of Glaucoma.
An evaluation of pupil size standards used by police officers for detecting drug impairment.
Neuromuscular Blocking Drugs Do Not Alter the Pupillary Light Reflex of Anesthetized Humans.
Autonomic Components of the Human Pupillary Light Reflex.
Quantitative pupillometry: normative data in healthy pediatric volunteers.
Pupillometry in congenital central hypoventilation syndrome (CCHS): quantitative evidence of autonomic nervous system dysregulation.