Here's an example... Just a few weeks ago, I went to an indoor gun range (I usually go to the outside one, much better ventilation). And I started "scratching myself", I'm thinking "who cares, I can be as nasty as I feel like, I'm in a somewhat private lane, nobody to complain about it". After I got done digging a huge nasty booger out of my nose, I get the feeling like "who's behind me?", so I turn my head, and there's been a camera watching me the whole time........ Yes you can
Yeah they can. I was curious about this question and one day I did an experiment in the bus. When bus stopped at red lights, I choosed a person from outside of the bus and stared to him/her. And counted how many people that I looked and how many people turned his/her head or eyes back to me or to bus window. %55 turned to me. This is an amazing number.
I recently read an article in Psychology Today. It said that studies record the activity of single brain cells find that particular cells fire when someone is staring right at you, but not when someones gaze is averted just a few degrees to the left or right of, then different cells fire instead. I think it said it's called, gaze detection.
Yes! For example I was at school the other day and I saw this guy watching me down the hall. I told my friend but she didn't believe me, then he ran up to me and threw yarn in my hair. It was funny, for him...:)