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Project title Eye contact: To look, or not to lookScience project video
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Our eyes have been referred to as the "window to the soul". This is not just an expression; our eyes reveal our emotional state or well being. Our eyes play an important role in communicating. The rolling of eyes, prolonged eye contact (for example, with someone we find attractive), or the avoidance of eye contact, all send a unique message to the other person. In this science project, you will observe the frequency of eye contact, or lack of eye contact in others. You will observe people in two different settings: The first will take place where people are not likely to know each other and the second will be in a setting where people are more likely to be familiar with each other. 

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You will conduct this experiment in two different settings. Setting A will be in a place where people are not likely to know each other. Examples would be: *A grocery store *The mall *A parking lot *A city library Setting B will be in a place where people are likely to know each other. Examples would be: *Your school *Your church or other place of worship *An office The procedures for this experiment are the same for both settings: *Find a busy area at the location, where there is a lot of human traffic *Position yourself in strategic location, .....
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