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EYE CONTACT IN COMMUNICATION.

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In contemporary sociological and psychological research, it has been estimated that at least 65 percent of communication between people is expressed through nonverbal messages. Within this category, the largest percentage of nonverbal communication occurs visual, or as eye contact in communication. This paper will first present a brief biological overview of the way the human eye works, and will then focus on the visual aspects of nonverbal communication, attempting to analyze the way the eye acts to reveal personality and emotional communication.
Scholarly research indicates that there are at least nine components of communication that are expressive in a nonverbal manner, leading to increased difficulties in understanding and explaining communication. These components follow: the human body, in that physical characteristics often convey a message;
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