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Why do our eyes widen when afraid and narrow to slits when disgusted? Research findings by Cornell neuroscientist Adam Anderson suggest that human facial expressions arose from universal, adaptive reactions to environmental stimuli and not originally as social communication signals, lending support to Charles Darwin's 19th-century theories on the evolution of emotion.
Anderson is an associate professor of human development in Cornell's College of Human Ecology.