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  Eye contact - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eye contact is a large influence on social behaviour, but it means dramatically different things at different times and in different situations.
Eye aversion is the avoidance of eye contact.
Eye contact is crucial to establishing a connection and a sense of trust between the individuals involved, and regular, friendly eye contact actively shows the other person that you are interested in him/her and what he/she has to say.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Eye_contact   (1164 words)

 Eye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In most vertebrates and some mollusks the eye works by allowing light to enter it and project onto a light-sensitive panel of cells known as the retina at the rear of the eye, where the light is detected and converted into electrical signals, which are then transmitted to the brain via the optic nerve.
Such eyes are typically roughly spherical, filled with a transparent gel-like substance called the vitreous humour, with a focusing lens and often an iris which regulates the intensity of the light that enters the eye.
However, the development of the eye is considered by many experts to be monophyletic; that is, all modern eyes, varied as they are, have their origins in a proto-eye believed to have evolved some 540 million years ago (Mya).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Eye   (5385 words)

 Should We Insist on Eye Contact with People who have Autism Spectrum Disorders, IRCA Articles, Access Autism
Some individuals appear to use eye contact from a young age; it is difficult to determine the extent to which those individuals are able to read subtle social messages that are typically conveyed via the eyes.
Whether requesting eye contact is a wise approach to focusing attention depends both on the person who has autism and on circumstances surrounding the expectation.
Student will make eye contact X number of times every 10 minutes when involved in shared activities." Folks who write and strive to achieve such goals and objectives may be as naive in their understanding and interacting with individuals who have autism as individuals with autism are naive at understanding and using social conventions.
www.iidc.indiana.edu /irca/Sensory/insisteyecontact.html   (1890 words)

 Eye Conditions > Contact Lens Related Problems -- EyeMDLink.com
Swimming with contact lenses in may be associated with a devastating ocular infection known as Acanthamoeba keratitis.
Development of red, itchy eyes, and in some cases, poor vision with contact lens wear may sometimes be associated with a condition known as giant papillary conjunctivitis.
Tight contact lens syndrome can often be diagnosed by the ophthalmologist with the pertinent history and examination, the latter of which shows a contact lens that scarcely moves on the cornea with blinking.
www.eyemdlink.com /Condition.asp?ConditionID=131   (746 words)

 RadKid.Org: Eye Contact
Interestingly, they might be able to make good eye contact with peers or with strangers, and the RAD child will usually make excellent eye contact while he is lying to you, or trying to maneuver you.
Insist that your child make eye contact with you whenever he is speaking to you and when you are speaking to him.
Don’t expect a child to maintain eye contact with you when you have lost control, as this will simply undo the very things you are trying to accomplish.
www.radkid.org /eye_contact.html   (523 words)

 Eye Contact   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
An eye contact is one of the most important parts of communication, especially in a sign language.
Among Deaf Signers, eye contact is much part of their communication that it naturally occurs during conversations.
Eye contact that is repeatedly broken when interrupted or distracted is often annoying.
www.handspeak.com /tour/byte/index.php?byte=eyecontact   (296 words)

 Change Your Eye Color with Colored Contact Lenses - AllAboutVision.com
Many of these colored contact lenses are available in plano form (without visual correction), as well as in designs for people who have astigmatism, who need bifocal correction, or who want a disposable or frequent replacement lens.
These contact lenses are designed for sports use, because they enhance certain colors (such as optic yellow, the color of tennis balls and some softballs and golf balls), as a result of muting other colors.
While color contacts can be fun, doctors warn wearers not to share their colored lenses — or any contact lenses, for that matter — with friends, and not to swap colors with friends.
www.allaboutvision.com /contacts/colors.htm   (1445 words)

 About Eye Contact
At birth, be sure your baby’s eyes are examined for signs of eye disease or congenital eye problems.
These include an eye turning inward, outward, upward or downward frequently or for long periods; favoring one eye; a tendency to bump into objects on one side; reddened eyes or lids; excessive tearing; encrusted eyelids; or frequent styles.
Within the first four months, however, he or she should begin to follow moving objects with the eyes and to reach for things, first by chance and later more accurately, as hand-eye coordination and depth perception begin to develop.
www.eyecontact.com /childrensvision.htm   (612 words)

 Keeping an Eye on Contact Lenses Safety, Options Shape Contact Lens Decisions
The OK rigid gas-permeable contact lens, made by ConTEX, Sherman Oaks, Calif., is the first lens designed to correct nearsightedness by temporarily reshaping the transparent tissue known as the cornea that covers the iris and pupil.
Under the binding down of a rigid contact lens during sleep, the flow of tears and oxygen to the cornea is further reduced.
Contacts may be ruled out by allergy to lens-care products or by corneal problems, such as a history of viral infection of the cornea.
www.fda.gov /fdac/features/1998/298_lens.html   (1779 words)

 Making Eye Contact
By making eye contact, one is showing that they have an interest in what the speaker has to say.
Making eye contact is also effective when trying to get someone’s attention, such as when a parent is trying to get their child to obey them.
If the person is on a date and is not making eye contact, their date could read that to mean, "I’m not interested in you", or "I’m not being totally open with you".
cas.bellarmine.edu /tietjen/PPT/HumanNature/making_eye_contact.htm   (895 words)

 Eye Glasses and Contact Lenses - My Child Has - Children's Hospital Boston
Contact lens are often recommended if there is a large difference in refractive error between the two eyes.
In addition, your child's physician will determine if the eyes are too dry for contact lenses, and if there are any corneal problems that may prevent a person from wearing contact lenses.
Unlike eyeglass prescriptions, eye care specialists are not required by federal law to give you a copy of your child's contact lens specifications.
www.childrenshospital.org /az/Site861/mainpageS861P0.html   (656 words)

 Kirman Eye | Contact Lenses
Contact lenses are made from various types of plastics.
Soft contacts are made up of 25% to 79% water and are generally very comfortable to wear.
Bifocal contacts are available in both soft and rigid gas permeable lenses with some brands offering disposable lenses.
www.kirmaneye.com /contact_lenses.shtm   (365 words)

 Wills Eye Hospital - Contact Lenses - Excellence in Eye Care
The disposable contact lens is one of the latest soft lenses available and may be worn as extended wear, daily wear or single-use lenses.
Contact lenses may be necessary to restore vision after an eye injury, particularly in children and young adults.
Contact lenses, both hard and soft, are held in place by adhering to the film of tears that normally covers the front of your eye.
www.willseye.org /patients/topics/contactlenses   (2085 words)

 Eye Contact - VeterinaryPartner.com - a VIN company!
Eye contact is the fastest, easiest, and for many dogs the most humane way to develop training finesse.
For some things, eye contact from the dog is not desirable, and a handler might elect to teach it with a different word cue instead of the name.
A dog who has learned that making eye contact with you is rewarding will have a different reaction to eye contact than an untrained dog.
www.veterinarypartner.com /Content.plx?P=A&A=1649&S=1&SourceID=47   (1480 words)

 WebHealthCentre.com - Eye Care - Contact Lens Care   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In order to ensure optimum eye health and to maintain a "fresh lens" vision, you must follow the care and cleaning regimen recommended by your eye care practitioner.
Lack of care and cleaning or improper cleaning of your contact lens will lead to the build-up of protein deposits, other dirt, debris, germs and micro-organisms on your lenses and apart from eye irritation and infection may cause red eye, discomfort, cloudy vision and in severe cases, impaired vision.
Do not use eye make-up in the inner margin of the eyelids as small particles could be transferred onto the surface of your lens.
www.webhealthcentre.com /general/ec_lens.asp   (996 words)

 Eye Contact - indiscreet public statements
Eye Contact, Seton Hill University's literary and art magazine, is accepting submissions of prose, poetry, photography, and various other forms of art.
Eye Contact does not accept responsibility for work damaged in the mail.
E-mail Eye Contact or the individual contributors for permissions.
blogs.setonhill.edu /EyeContact   (2081 words)

 Eye Contact
Making eye contact for too long a duration can be seen as threatening; the subtext of interest becomes distorted.
Refusing to make eye contact also sends messages of arrogance and contempt communicating to the other person that they are insignificant, a non-person.
When you are done, grant permission via eye contact to the person who has signaled his intention to speak next.
www.bremercommunications.com /Eye_Contact.htm   (738 words)

 Eye Contact - Vision and Eye Health Associates, LLC. - , (Optometrist, eye doctor, optician, vision)
Now at Eye Contact in Madison can you receive this important new technology that allows image capture of retina in.25 of a second.
Once again Eye Contact was in the top three for Madison's favorite places to shop for eyewear according to the readers of the Isthmus.
Regular eye examinations are an important part of maintaining your best possible vision and eye health.
eyecontact.optometry.net   (636 words)

 eyecon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Thus, eye contact rarely lasts longer than three seconds before one or both viewers experience a powerful urge to glance away.
The eye sign you describe is called the "knowing glance." Two people share an opinion about a third person, nonverbally, by gazing into each other's eyes, sideways or head on, and mirroring the same emotional facial expression, such as pursed lips, narrowed eyes, or raised eyebrows.
Or, both may roll their eyes in tandem to show a private understanding that the third person is a jerk.
members.aol.com /nonverbal3/eyecon.htm   (2273 words)

 EPSON | Presenters Online : Basics > Delivery > Making Eye Contact with Your Audience
By making eye contact with members in your audience, you will get their undivided attention and keep them interested in your presentation.
A standard rule of thumb is to make eye contact with an audience member for 3 to 5 seconds or for the duration of a phrase or thought.
Be careful not to hold eye contact too long or the audience member may feel intimidated by your stare.
www.presentersonline.com /basics/delivery/eyecontact.shtml   (208 words)

 Jury and Trial Consulting: The Synchronics Group Trial Consultants
People lose eye contact when they don't know the answer to a question, are confused, feel intimidated, feel vulnerable.
Losing eye contact is particularly devastating in the courtroom.
Maintaining a steady eye contact under assault makes your witness look steadfast and invincible in the eyes of the jurors.
www.synchronicsgroup.com /tips/eye_contact.html   (347 words)

 Contact Lens Products - Eye Disorders including cataracts, Lasik eye surgery, blindness, glaucoma and eye allergy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In addition, they allow oxygen to pass through, are less likely to fall out of the eye than other lens types, and are less likely to cause sensitivity to light.
However, they are more likely than other lenses to dry out, to allow irritating chemicals to pass through to the eye, and to allow buildup of deposits.
Wetting Solutions: These preparations for hard and RGP lenses create a cushion between the eye and the lens and improve comfort.
www.medicinenet.com /contact_lens_products/article.htm   (772 words)

 Eye Contact   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Davis is originally from Nashotah, Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a Bachelor of Science degree in Bacteriology and was a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Vanden Boom joined Eye Contact in 1991 and has been practicing continually at the west side office for the past twelve years.
Specialty contact lenses and refractive surgery consulation as well as peri-operative care are among Dr. Vanden Boom's areas of interest.
www.visionsource-eyecontact.com /index.cfm?fuseaction=site.staff   (735 words)

 Dean McGee Eye Institute - Contact Lens
As a medical device that touches the surface of the eye, contact lenses can certainly impact the health of the eye, thus proper preventative assessment and care must be taken to maintain successful wear.
Our contact lens specialists take into consideration your ocular health, refractive error and lifestyle to recommend the best type of contact lens for your eyes.
A comprehensive eye exam is required within one year of contact lens fitting to ensure continued good and proper eye health.
www.dmei.org /index.php?pID=292   (293 words)

 Wills Eye Hospital - Contact Lens Service - Excellence in Eye Care
The Directors of the service are national leaders in the contact lens field and participate in major national studies on advances in contact lenses.
The Contact Lens Service at Wills Eye offers all types of contact lenses: hard, gas-permeable, daily-wear soft and extended-wear contact lenses, as well as colored lenses, disposable lenses, cosmetic lenses (to change eye color) and specialized keratoconus lenses.
As a major eye hospital, Wills Eye offers the latest in contact lens technology, often before it has even been introduced in the general eye practitioner's office.
www.willseye.org /patients/services/contactlens   (351 words)

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His eyes will naturally follow the treat, you C/T when his eyes are on your face.
When you get to the point where you can tell he is going to give you eye contact, give it a name (a cue).
If he holds eye contact for a count of 1, only C/T those that are for a count of 2.
www.shirleychong.com /keepers/archives/eyes.txt   (905 words)

 eye contact - Find, Compare, and Buy at Shopping.com
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Cibasoft Softcolors contact lenses are a color enhancement lens for light eyes.
www.shopping.com /xGS-eye_contact   (1020 words)

 Eye Care, Vision Correction, Contact Lenses, and Eyeglasses Guide |
Dry eyes are becoming a growing problem for many people as the environment is more polluted and the use of computers, video games, cell phones, PDAs, and other gadgets have increased as well.
Browse or search our comprehensive directory of eye doctors across the United States.
Contact Lenses are the perfect solution for people with vision problems who do not wish to have surgery and do not like the feel and visual appearance of eyeglasses.
www.eyecaresource.com   (115 words)

 Eye Contact
Some things are over-thought in dealing with women -- eye contact isn't one of them.
Your first eye contact MUST not flit away for even a millisecond.
The best part of this tip is that it's easy to experiment with -- try it out and you will find a marked difference in the likelihood of her staring back, based on whether you flit your eyes after first making eye contact or not.
www.sosuave.com /quick/tip195.htm   (283 words)

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