Eye Contact Aversion: A Close Up Look

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Re: Permission to publish Tim Mackesey 10/1/03
Detaching myself from the speaking situation Alan Badmington 10/1/03
Re: Detaching myself from the speaking situation Tim Mackesey 10/1/03
Maintaining eye contact Steve Hood 10/1/03
Re: Maintaining eye contact Tim Mackesey 10/1/03
Cultural significance of eye contact Ellen-Marie Silverman 10/1/03
Re: Cultural significance of eye contact Tim Mackesey 10/1/03
Very clarifying Lieven.Grommen@skynet.be 10/2/03
Eye contact, but within reason  10/2/03
Re: Eye contact, but within reason Tim Mackesey 10/2/03
Re: Eye contact, but within reason Russ Hicks 10/3/03
SEVERE Eye Contact Aversion Russ Hicks 10/3/03
Re: SEVERE Eye Contact Aversion Tim Mackesey 10/3/03
Re: SEVERE Eye Contact Aversion Russ Hicks 10/4/03
eye contact Sarah Bos - MSU Student 10/3/03
Re: eye contact Tim Mackesey 10/3/03
Re: eye contact Sarah Bos - MSU Student 10/5/03
Permission to translate into Czech Jiri Mazoch 10/4/03
Re: Permission to translate into Czech Tim Mackesey 10/5/03
Eye accessing cues Brenda Fisher, an Indiana University of Pennsylvania Student 10/6/03
Re: Eye accessing cues Tim Mackesey 10/7/03
Eye Contact Heather Craig 10/9/03
Re: Eye Contact Tim Mackesey 10/9/03
How soon? Anne Plaxton 10/12/03
Re: How soon? Tim Mackesey 10/12/03
Eye contact and young children Christine Weber 10/12/03
Re: Eye contact and young children Tim Mackesey 10/12/03
RE: Eye Contact Aversion: A Close Up Look Betsy Black 10/12/03
RE: Eye Contact Aversion: A Close Up Look Tim Mackesey 10/14/03
Very helpful Deanna Gaus-WVU Grad Student 10/13/03
Re: Very helpful Tim Mackesey 10/14/03
Re: Very helpful Deanna Gaus 10/14/03
Eye Contact - Pragmatics Nikki Chatlak 10/15/03
Re: Eye Contact - Pragmatics Tim Mackesey 10/15/03
Eye Aversion Katie Dauer 10/15/03
Re: Eye Aversion Tim Mackesey 10/16/03
RE: Video of eye-contact aversion Betsy Black 10/16/03
Eye Contact Barbara R. 10/16/03
Re: Eye Contact Tim Mackesey 10/17/03
eye contact aversion Lorna Hrbolich 10/17/03
Re: eye contact aversion Tim Mackesey 10/18/03
IMPORTANCE OF EYE CONTACT JOE LUKONG 10/18/03
My mom always looks away Vanessa 10/18/03
Re: My mom always looks away Tim Mackesey 10/18/03
Thank you Marija 10/18/03
Re: Thank you Tim Mackesey 10/18/03
Re: Thank you Marija 10/19/03
Article 53 Lauren Mosley 10/19/03
Eye Contact Jessica Balderson 10/19/03
Very Enlightening Joni Hayes Southern University Student 10/19/03
Re: Very Enlightening Tim 10/19/03
Very Informative Jennifer Gregory <jgregor2@mix.wvu.edu> 10/19/03
10 Year Old Fluency Client Adam Presswood, Fontbonne University/St. Louis, MO 10/19/03
Re: 10 Year Old Fluency Client Tim 10/21/03
Looking at eye aversion and social pragmatics Irene Zito 10/20/03
Re: Looking at eye aversion and social pragmatics Tim 10/21/03
Motivation Marjorie Rosenthal Foer 10/20/03
eye contact Katie Lockrem 10/20/03
Eye Contact Aversion Morgan Weihing 10/20/03
Re: Eye Contact Aversion Tim 10/21/03
Eye Contact Really Works Stephanie Hullihen, Marietta GA 10/21/03
Re: Eye Contact Really Works Tim 10/21/03
Article 69 Danielle Taylor, Southern University 10/21/03
Eye Contact Jessica Merritt - Graduate Student, Speech Language Pathology 10/21/03
Re: Eye Contact Tim 10/22/03
Eye contact of the SLP/communication partner Laura Keysor - Central Michigan University 10/21/03
Re: Eye contact of the SLP/communication partner Tim 10/22/03
Eye contact aversion Missy Gritter 10/21/03
Re: Eye contact aversion Tim 10/22/03
Comment Sheri Vestal, Southern University Graduate Student 10/22/03
Replacing Positive Intention Lynne Shields 10/22/03
Article relates to other clients Becky-Ithaca College grad student 10/22/03
Very Informative Jasmine Wilson Southern University Graduate Student 10/22/03
Threaded discussion is now closed Judy Kuster 10/23/03

Last changed: December 12, 2005