DISCOVERY NEWS - Feb 7 - A new study shows that how you catch a potential date's eye might depend on your gender. Researchers used eye tracking technology to follow people's eye movements as they perused online profiles. The results show that men spend 65% more time looking at photos than women. Women, on the other hand, spent 50% more time than men actually reading the profiles. AnswerLab, a consumer research company, ran the study in one day at a coffee shop in San Francisco. The researchers collected data using the Tobii X1 Light Eye Tracker, a new, portable model of eye tracker.
by Kate Prengaman
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