Informationng.com: Why Eye Contact Is So Distressing For People With Autism

A study shows eye contact has nothing to do with empathy and we may need to rethink its importance in our society.

When Xolie Morra Cogley greets clients at her dog grooming business in Seattle, she struggles to make eye contact, a common trait among people with autism. Once the

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