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stare

(stār),
1. To look intently or fixedly.
2. An intent gaze.
[A.S. starian]

stare

(stār) [AS. starian]
To gaze fixedly at anyone or anything.
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However, barriers between starer and staree appear to influence belief and thus barriers require further examination.
In addition, although the use of CCTV systems, where the starer views the staree via a computer-controlled video camera, is considered the gold standard of controlling for extraneous variables in remote staring experiments (Schmidt, Schneider, Utts, & Walach, 2004), there is currently no research examining the prevalence of belief in the existence of remote staring detection via the medium of CCTV systems.
In the second method, an attempt is made to isolate participants in that starers sit in rows inside a building looking through a window, and starees sit in rows outside.
Titchener's hypothesis is that the source of causality lies in the staree, not the starer, and he refers to attribution of causality to the starer as a misinterpretation of fact.
He attempted to provide a psychological interpretation of the prevalence of the "staring" belief based on nervousness in social situations, attracting the attention of the starer, turning, and noticing the starer's gaze.
Poortman was seated in a separate room adjoining that of the starer, with his back to the starer.
To cut out any influence from sounds and smells, subjects and starers were separated by a window.
It can often be true even when you cannot see the starer.
That means 686,550 Granite Starers are employed, a decrease of 3,600 from July and a decrease of 23,710 people from a year ago.
If even the slightest raised eyebrow from the junior senator from New York would send the New Hampshire press and political classes into a tizzy, Hillary Clinton's most recent more public mutterings about running for president may have sent some Granite Starers rushing for the AED.
Calling the man a "monstrous starer," who had little "regard to Time, Place, or Modesty," S.