It revealed a predictive relationship between public self-consciousness and remote staring detection belief, but only when social situation variables, such as whether you are being stared
at whilst being on your own or amongst friends, were added to the model.
A while ago when I was on a bus a woman kept staring at me, so I stared
Through the looking glass: An investigation of extra-sensory detection of being stared
The man was reading a paperback when they bounced into his hip and I snapped up straight and stared
directly ahead, mortified that he might think I had thrown him the nefarious package.
the purported ability to detect when one is being watched or stared
at by someone situated beyond the range of the conventional senses.
Every time I walked into court Black stared
at me - and I stared
Perhaps the kitschiness of the flower arrangement as subject renders it transparent, stared
at but unseen.
Granted, females are stared
at, some even gossiped about.
When Passion finally swung Jasmine's chair around to face the mirror, and Jasmine stared
at her newly bright hair for a long moment, Passion couldn't tell whether she loved it or hated it.
The dancers suddenly froze as she described a childhood game: Past and present became one as Li stared
at the dancers' backs.
The fact that some people believe that they can tell when they are being stared
at by another person, not directly in their field of vision, was first reported many years ago (Titchener, 1898), and this has been supported in subsequent research with varying incidence rates (e.
Furniss had stared
at the victim and his three friends in The Oast House pub, Redditch, on November 8 last year, Worcester Crown Court heard.