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Making eye contact doesn't always help your cause
Date:10/1/2013

rate during persuasion attempts.

Study authors are Frances Chen (UBC Dept. of Psychology), Julia Minson (Harvard University), and Maren Schne and Markus Heinrichs (University of Freiburg).

"Whether you're a politician or a parent, it might be helpful to remember that trying to maintain eye contact may backfire if you're trying to convince someone who has a different set of beliefs than you," says co-author Julia Minson of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.


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Contact: Basil Waugh
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