Solved by a verified expert:ReflexesProcedureFind an area with dim lighting to conduct this experiment.Stand next to the participant and instruct him/her to focus on a distant object.Quickly shine the light into the right eye.Wait 30 seconds and repeat the procedure with the left eye. Examine the response of the left eye. Post-Lab QuestionsWhat is the papillary response of the right eye when a light was shone into the pupil?What is the consensual response? (The response of the left eye)What branch of the nervous system controls this response?Can this response be inhibited?