Amount Of Time People Gaze Into Each Other's Eyes Is Remarkably Short, University College London Study

Published: Jul 07, 2016

A team of researchers with University College London has found that the average amount of time people gaze into each other's eyes, in non-romantic settings, is remarkably short. In their paper published in Royal Society Open Science, the group describes experiments they carried out with volunteers and eye gazing and what they learned as a result.

Most animals use gazing as a form of communication, many use looking into the eyes of another as a way to signal a threat, or of interest.

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