Too much time online can sour interpersonal abilities

03/19/2012 | Harvard Business Review online

People who have grown up using computers might have trouble engaging in face-to-face communication because their brains have been rewired, research found. It's therefore important to remind yourself often that eye contact and nonverbal cues are important, and to go out of your way to demonstrate that you value in-person meetings, John K. Mullen writes.

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