Making eye contact dating
As it happens, humans — the only primates with white eyes — are drawn to eye contact from an early age.
A 2002 study from MIT found that infants were far more likely to try and follow an adult’s eyes rather than just their head movements.
At the same time, if you feel like someone is trying to “sell” you on something you’re not all that interested in, then focus on making eye contact.
This will make you less susceptible to a deceptive sales pitch.
If you’re seeking allies around the office, eye contact can be a powerful tool.