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    To be honest I don't know what to say. Since I generally don't look at peoples eyes. Since everybody accuses me that I am staring at them.
    Plus, this way it can be easier to use intuition.
    Usually I talk to people while I walk in the same direction with them.

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    I think I'm left-eye dominant, and generally look across at another person's left eye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    You're perfectly normal. The cranial nerves are inverted compared to the ones which command the rest of the body. Thus if you are right-handed, it means that the left hemisphere of your brain is dominant.
    I'm right-handed and right brain dominant.

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    That is so odd, Boo. I tested as being left-eye dominant. But I also watch mouths.
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    Very interesting, Bamboo!

    I used to work for an optometrist when I was in high school and I never determine which of my eyes is dominant.

    I took the test, my left is dominant, and I am right handed.

    I have noticed that I look people into one eye as I speak with them, and then switch to the other from time to time as it is the only way I can attempt to look at both of their eyes when conversing. I move around so much when I talk that no one can look me in the eye...HA!

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    Did you flex your big muscles at the optometrist, Hal? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    When you look at someone in the eye, you can really only look into one of their eyes at a time (or it's very difficult to look into both at once).

    My right eye is dominant. I usually look straight across, my right eye into their left. Sometimes I'll glance over into their left.

    EDIT: Eye dominance test.




    So how do you look someone in the eye?





    Do you look across, or over, or both? Which one first?
    Cool!

    The first guy... I looked at his left eye first and then went to his right eye.
    The second guy... I did the opposite.


    According to the first test at the About link, I'm right-eye dom.

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    Right eye to their right eye (across).
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Did you flex your big muscles at the optometrist, Hal? lol
    Haaa! I was only 17-18 years old then, 6'1" and 195 pounds, all legs and biceps. He did chide me about wearing short sleeve shirts whenever possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    That is so odd, Boo. I tested as being left-eye dominant. But I also watch mouths.
    Interesting, I also tend to look at mouths. The moment I realize what I'm doing, I stop though, in fear of coming off weird or something.

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