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Study finds children pay close attention to potentially threatening information, avoid eye contact when anxious

02:29 EDT 17 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

We spend a lot of time looking at the eyes of others for social cues – it helps us understand a person's emotions, and make decisions about how to respond to them. We also know that adults avoid eye contact when anxious. But researchers have known far less about "eye gazing" patterns in children.

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