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Sharon Kahndreamshark on November 19th, 2016 06:56 pm (UTC)
Interesting. I think the hypothesis about interference with visualization is way off base; it's "general cognition." I don't think visually, but I have to remind myself to keep renewing eye contact when I'm having any kind of conversation deeper than simple social pleasantries.

I had to laugh at the oddball "recommendation" at the end - that children should be trained to look away when they're thinking. In the social group I hang out with, our children are far more likely to need training on how to MAKE eye contact.
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