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ArtikelCultural Display Rules Drive Eye Gaze During Thinking  
Oleh: McCarthy, Anjanie ; Lee, Kang ; Itakura, Shoji ; Muir, Darwin W.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (http://journals.sagepub.com/home/jcca) vol. 37 no. 6 (2006), page 717-722.
Topik: communication; eye gaze; communication; cross - cultural; gaze display; thinking
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Isi artikelThe authors measured the eye gaze displays of canadian, trinidadian, and japanese participants as they answered questions for which they either knew, or bad to derive, the answers. When they knew the answers, trinidadians maintained the most eye contact, whereas japanese maintained the least. When thinking about the answers to questions, canadians and trinidadians looked up, whereas japanese looked down. Thus, for humans, gaze displays while thinking are at least in part culturally determined.
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