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Scientists Have a Theory on Why You Break Eye Contact

Blame an overworked brain, suggests study

(Newser) - Researchers in Japan suggest there's a surprising neurological reason why people avert their gaze occasionally during conversation. Reporting in the journal Cognition , they write that eye contact actually "disrupts resources available to cognitive control processes during verb generation." In other words, when you need to come up...

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