eye contact


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eye contact

A direct look into the eyes of another.
See also: contact
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Therefore, it is impossible to attribute the obtained compliance gains made during such phases to either the EID or eye contact components alone because small levels of CP were present that could have contributed to compliance gains.
This model failed on the 0-degree impact at 50 mph with the Red 21 ball with direct eye contact and corresponding force measurements.
During the consultation, maintaining eye contact with the patient can enhance the process of soliciting information in a number of ways.
Eye contact and smiling are the gateways to the associate's interaction with the shopper, i.
In early development, eye contact serves to regulate face-to-face social interactions (Lee, Eskritt, Symons, & Muir, 1998; Leekam, Baron-Cohen, Perrett, Milders, & Brown, 1997) and contribute communicatively to social interactions (Tiegerman & Primavera, 1984).
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They increase rapport by directly facing students, maintaining eye contact, sitting at the same plane level, and leaning toward students to decrease physical and emotional distance.
If the "eyes are a window to the soul" then it is vital to observe a candidate's eye contact during an interview.
Effective leaders and communicators make good eye contact.
CHEMICAL CONNECTION - as you meet each member of the panel offer warm eye contact and think positively about each person.