Eye Movements May Offer Clues About Personality, Johns Hopkins University Study

Published: Jan 23, 2014

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The way you move your eyes could reveal some secrets about your levels of patience and your personality, Time.com reported. In a study from Johns Hopkins University, researchers analyzed the eye movements of 23 people, focusing specifically on ‘saccades’ – quick eye movements that occur when people are forced to shift their focus to different objects in succession.

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