What does "at" mean in this paragraph?
i'm reading a book about body language. The writer said when talking to other people, we should maintain eye contact and use hand to establish rapport with them. The book has a paragraph:
"When you get good at maintaining eye contact, particularly at giving them nonverbal compliments, they will likely describe your eyes as intense or special. Although it is possible to caress and excite other people with your eyes, and you should, it is much easier using your hands"
What does "at" in "particularly at" mean? Does it mean "good at", or does it mean "when"? Thank you!