Everyone knows the saying that the eyes are the mirror of the soul. Now it seems that their relationship with the brain function is proved. The slightest eye movement can reveal information about the personality and behavior of a person, claims a new study.
Researchers from the Johns Hopkins University found that rapid eye movements show impatience and inability of self-restraint.
Understanding how the brain perceives the time can explain why the decision-making process is more difficult for people with neurological disorders such as schizophrenia or for people who have suffered a head injury.
“When I go to a pharmacy and see a huge queue, how do I decide if I will have to wait too long?” was one of the questions asked by the researchers at the press conference. “Those who decide not to wait and leave are people who walk and talk quickly? Do they perceive the relationship of the time with subsequent rewards in a different way?”
Based on these questions, the research team analyzed the possible reasons for the impatient behavior. They hypothesized that … read more