Gazing into a Person's Peepers Could Trigger Negative Emotions

Syracuse New Times | August 6, 2004
When we listen to someone speak, we tend to focus our gaze on the lower half of the face. But to get clues to the true emotional state of the individual, we should instead look at the upper half.

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