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Social skills for autonomous people: Non-literal greetings

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In the US, certain things are ritual greetings that follow a standard script. Deviating from it is considered a bit weird (but it’s…

I think eye contact and posture plays into it. If they seem really focused, they want a more definitive answer. If not, it’s just a recognition that you are there.

I think I probably use different cues because I don’t generally look at faces very much. I wish I knew what mine were! I will have to pay more attention explicitly and see if I can figure it out.