Eye contact research

Yale University, Joy Hirsch
Separable processes for live “in-person” and live “zoom-like” faces

Tampere University, Finnland (2020), Jonne O. Hietanen, Mikko J. Peltola, Jari K. Hietanen
Psychophysiological responses to eye contact in a live interaction and in video call

California Institute of Technology, Kyongsik Yun
On the Same Wavelength: Face-to-Face Communication Increases Interpersonal Neural Synchronization

Tampere University, Jari Hietanen
The eye contact smile: The effects of sending and receiving a direct gaze

Beijing Normal University, Jing Jiang et. al
Neural Synchronization during Face-to-Face Communication

Seoul National University of Science, DooSung Choi et. al.
Improving counseling effectiveness with virtual counselors through nonverbal compassion involving eye contact, facial mimicry, and head-nodding

KIT Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Tom Reuscher
(research in progress)

Raake, Fiedler, Schoenenberg, de Moor, Döring (versch. Unis)
Technological Factors Influencing Videoconferencing and Zoom Fatigue

Chris L Kleinke. Gaze and eye contact: a research review. Psychological bulletin, 100(1):78, 1986