...y and our pupils dilate. It's a natural, involuntary reaction and it usually only lasts for a few seconds after the object of attraction catches our eye. The pupil dilation, though, tends to last longer. It's an almost surefire cue that she's inte www.psychologistworld.com/bodylanguage/course/interested_2.php
... The Pupils Eye Contact Crying Blinking Winking Eye direction Summary They've existed for 540 million years and most of us have a pair, but aside from giving us sight, what can we tell from looking at someo www.psychologistworld.com/bodylanguage/eyes.php
...y dilated pupils) Phonophobia - Fear of noises, voices, one's own voice or of telephones. Phronemophobia - Fear of thinking. Phthisiophobia, Tuberculophobia - Fear of tuberculosis. Placophobia - Fear of tombstones. Plutop www.psychologistworld.com/issue/phobias.php
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