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By Argyle M, Dean J. Eye-contact and Michael Argyle


It was postulated that approach and avoidance forces produce an equilibrium level of eye-contact and physical proximity, and that if one of these is disturbed compensatory changes will occur in the other. It was found that eye-contact and length of glance were shorter the closer two people were placed together. [The Scienc

Year: 1978
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