Beatrice de Gelder, a professor of cognitive neuroscience and director of the Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory at Tilburg University in the Netherlands, writes about an extraordinary ability that enables some blind people to react to emotions on faces and even navigate around obstacles.This article was published in the May 2010 edition of Scientific American
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