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From: The Daily Mail

People with shifty eyes AREN’T dishonest… they’re just thinking hard

The Daily Mail:

Shifty eyes have been thought to be a sign of disinterest or that a person is lying, but new evidence suggests the involuntary movement occurs when people try and access their long-term memory.

Psychology professor Howard Ehrlichman of Queens College, at City University of New York, made the claims in a recent article in the publication Current Directions in Psychological Science.

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