I ran across this by accident:
Source: Earth, Intelligence, maturation and disordersOne of the first things I’ve discovered from my own research is that peering eye movement corresponds positionally to the location of the cognitive functions. That is, when someone consciously retrieves a memory, they may for different lengths of time change their eye position in an attempt to “peer” into their mind. That is for Thinking they would peer upper left, for iNtuition they would look upper right, Sensing lower left and Feeling lower right. Here is what that would look like if you were watching someone else’s eyes.
Sounds dubious? To prove this to yourself try the following, comfortably look up and diagonally to your right and try to describe a place that is very familiar to you like your work office or your bedroom, somewhere where you are not at the present time (sensing details i.e. just physical facts). You will probably not be able to describe more than one or two features comfortably. Now move your eyes lower left and do the same thing. You should find the thoughts flow easily. Now do the opposite, look lower left and describe your ‘future’ plans for your career or a relationship. You should find it nearly impossible. Now look upper right and try again.
Before I posted this I glanced at my own videos and others through the video challenge thread and noticed what the guy was saying.
It got me thinking:
Almost everybody moves their eyes in all those directions, but where is it most dominate?
That should give a glance to their possible type.
And obviously, I think it counts more in a "raw" (unplanned) out form, it wouldn't count (then again, probably will) for pre-planned speeches, subjects, lectures etc.
Look at some videos for yourself, and let me know what you think!