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Eye contact and movement helps people notice and remember you.
Two researchers working out of Radboud University and Rutgers University did the first research on eye contact and movement.
As it happens, humans — the only primates with white eyes — are drawn to eye contact from an early age.
A 2002 study from MIT found that infants were far more likely to try and follow an adult’s eyes rather than just their head movements.
This phenomenon reflects the age-old “eyes as windows of the soul” concept.
You know logically that someone can’t read your mind by looking into your eyes, and yet you intuitively know that eye contact makes it less likely that you will get away with lying.What they found is that eye contact, coupled with a sudden movement (such as an out-of-nowhere hand motion or a turn of the head while you make eye contact) makes people both more memorable and more noticeable.