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The Source: Millions Of Years Of Evolution Kick In With A Glance

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Ever feel the surge of electricity when you make eye contact with someone across the room? What is happening in the brain when two people look at each other? What are the neural effects of eye-to-eye contact and how humans communicate?

Guest: Dr. Joy Hirsch, professor of psychiatry and neurobiology at Yale School of Medicine, where she established and directs the Research in the Brain Function Laboratory; guest speaker at tonight's Mind Science Foundation event at Pearl Stable

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