eye contact

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a meeting of the eyes between two people that expresses meaningful nonverbal communication

contact that occurs when two people look directly at each other

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Additionally, the current results provide initial support for compliance increases when eye contact is used separately from and in combination with CP.
If he's not sure of his own feelings about you then he might be defensive and avoid eye contact in case he gives his thoughts away.
Hold eye contact with your reflection for a full minute if you can.
They examined that the participants' eye contact when the face was not expressing any emotions, to determine if children make more eye contact with someone who is associated with something bad or threatening, even when they are not expressing fear at that moment.
Each day, I extend the time that eye contact is maintained while pup stays focused on me until the command is given.
To insist a person with autism makes eye contact is as unethical as asking a person with a physical disability to leave their wheelchair and walk upstairs.
The failure is direct eye contact by each ball with corresponding force measurements.
The main character in Eye Contact is Robert Naysmith, a successful businessman who is also a killer, choosing victims at random.
This article describes some ways to optimise the complex process of soliciting information from the patient focusing on selection of question type, question wording and the role of eye contact.
Book after book about sales agrees: Direct eye contact is best.
Make eye contact immediately and don't break it; if you're wearing sunglasses, remove them.
For one-on-one conversations, hold eye contact for 7 to 10 seconds.
It's common knowledge that nonverbal behaviors, including facial expression, posture, eye contact and stance, have a huge influence on person-toperson interactions.
Eye contact occurs very early in development and serves many functions for the young child.