Eye Contact Doesn’t Happen As Often as You Think

3 months ago
Eye contact is important to conversations, but a new study shows that eye to eye contact rarely happens. The study was published in Scientific reports. Florence Mayrand of McGill University was the author and said of the study, “The time we engage in eye-to-eye contact, even if for a few seconds, appears to be an important predictive factor for subsequent social behavior.” Veuer’s Keri Lumm has more.