October 19, 2006

From David Lewis:

Re: Facial Expressions May Be Inherited (Oct. 16): While it is true that the blind could not see and therefore mimic their sighted family member’s expressions, the converse is not true. To validate their theory would require evaluating congenitally blind people who were raised apart from all of their family members.

David Lewis, Ph.D.


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