Study explores the role of eye contact in learning

09/11/2013 | BBC

Students who look away when talking to adults may simply be gathering their thoughts, according to a recent study that looked at eye contact behavior among typically-developing children, children with autism and children with Williams syndrome. Researchers found that students in all the groups performed worse on math problems when asked to maintain eye contact.

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