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The most common scenario where this personal space is invaded is when you are in a queue.
QMY 14-year-old son has no concept of personal space and it is driving the family insane.
Intrigued by SM's unusual social behavior, Adolphs, Kennedy, and their colleagues devised a simple experiment to quantify and compare her sense of personal space with that of healthy volunteers.
I suddenly felt welcome in his personal space, and took his picture," he says.
The loving couple are shown encased in see-through bubbles to represent the personal space that gets squeezed when others get too close.
The canoodling couple are amongst a range of people including tube train commuters encased in see-through bubbles to represent their personal space that gets squeezed when others get too close.
In the office, high-rise or not, there is little sense of personal space beyond the workstation, whereas the dwelling is entirely about individual identity.
Monday, transforms a TV fan's personal space into the style of a favorite TV show, say a '60s suburban ``Bewitched'' living room or a ``Gilligan's Island''-themed back yard.