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New research on how eye contact quells online hostility shows hidden benefit of video communication

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A link from Scientific American

Far more than anonymity or invisibility, whether or not the subjects had to look into their partner’s eyes predicted how mean they were. When their eyes were hidden, participants were twice as likely to be hostile.

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