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According To New Health Study, Eye Contact Is Not Necessary While Making A Good Conversation

According To New Health Study, Eye Contact Is Not Necessary While Making A Good Conversation

If you’re a type of person who doesn’t like taking that much while making eye contact, then there’s a piece of good news for you. According to a new health study done by some researchers at Edith Cowan University, it’s been found that a person doesn’t need to make eye contact to create a conversation more exciting and meaningful. Researchers used an eye tracking tool in this health study, and they found that during a discussion if you look at another person’s mouth or any other part of their face then it will make them happy and they will start to engage with you more curiously. Researchers think this health study proves that if you’re a type of introvert person who doesn’t like meeting the eye to eye while having a conversation then just look at other parts of the face which will help you to make a healthy discussion.

Many people think that if you’re not able to maintain eye contact while talking then you don’t have any confidence or you lack communication skill. However, it might be true but only for some extent because a person doesn’t need to make eye contact with another person if they want to get a healthy conversation and instead they can opt for other parts of the face also. Researchers said making eye contact is not a sign of confidence so it’s not necessary to make eye contact to create an impression on another person. In this health study, researchers talked to half of the participants by looking into their eyes and to another half by looking at their mouth or any other part of their face. In result, they found that participants liked those conversations in which researchers looked into other person’s mouth or any other parts of their face.

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