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Teaching Face Masks: Why Your Eyes Might Be Saying More Than You Realize

Face Masks: Why Your Eyes Might Be Saying More Than You Realize

There’s a good chance when you leave the house today, you’ll put on a face mask that covers your mouth. This is an important part of staying safe during the pandemic, but covering our mouths can affect our ability to communicate with others. And, for people who are hearing impaired and need to see a person’s lips, masks can be especially challenging.

Nigel Holt, Professor of Psychology, Aberystwyth University
The Conversation


How do our eyes communicate information to other people?


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