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Eye Contact as means of communication

This paper outlines a possible research project about the role of eye contact as a means of communication in road traffic interaction between pedestrians, bicyclists, and car drivers.
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Communication is essential in our daily lives as it enable us toshare information convey feelings or needs Communication does not solelyrely on language spoken or written but also on non-verbal transmission ofinformation This may include body language gestures and eye contact Thelatter has received a significant amount of scholarly attention As Knappand Hall have pointed out eye contact plays an important role inverbal communication as an increase or decrease of eye contact givesspecific cues to conversation partners about conversational beginnings orendings approval

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