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Is there a journal article about communicating with the eyes?

Is there a journal article about communicating with the eyes? Topic: Journal article
July 19, 2019 / By Catherine
Question: Does anybody know a scholarly journal article about communicating with the eyes (especially flirting)
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Annalee Annalee | 9 days ago
try this one!!~! http://www.articlesbase.com/dating-articles/flirting-a-subtle-art-125127.html
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Annalee Originally Answered: Article in psychology journal by APA?
You should have access to those journals through the library at your school. Check the website for psychology or social science databases or contact someone at the library. sometimes those articles will be available on google as well. Most of them aren't.
Annalee Originally Answered: Article in psychology journal by APA?
Try searching on Google scholar until you find a free one. What databases does your school have available for you? I always just get mine off of there for free.

Annalee Originally Answered: Trouble communicating with doctors as a patient?
i cannot comment 100% directly to your issue, but I can respond with similarity and personal opinion. I have had some of the same issues in my lifetime as an adult with dealing with doctors and at this point (very sad but true) i really dont go to doctors unless i really feel the need to. I am now an aspiring surgical technologist and because i have learned so much about the terminology and instruments and anatomy of the human body, I feel as though it would be much easier because they'll be shocked to see that even though im the patient and so young, i KNOW what's going on and their language doesn't go over my head! Ive had issues with my ankle for over 2 years now and still no answer either. by my own research i believe it to be ankle impingement, scar tissue, and maybe a ruptured ATFL, all we can do is be honest, straight forward and be realistically imagineable when describing the pain the feel. hope this helps!!!!!
Annalee Originally Answered: Trouble communicating with doctors as a patient?
If you relay your concerns in relation to your pain, limited mobility and the effect that it has on your daily life and the doctor does not take those things into consideration you need to move on and get another doctor. You say you have nothing else. Sounds like you have only tried medication and now want surgery. Have you ever seen a physical therapist for this problem. I have treated many shoulder issues such as yours (impingement) that people said surgery was the only answer and I have prevented their need for surgery and return patients to full function without the need for that surgery or medication. To find a physical therapist in your area, visit www.findapt.us.

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