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Untitled-1 [Recovered] Our work focuses on three core values: We have a classical experiment, where we showed images of facial expressions to people, but we showed them very rapidly… 10 milliseconds, 20 milliseconds. However, for those who do have social competence deficits, systematic behavioral observation of atypical social responses may help individualize social skills interventions. So when we wonder how something as complex as language evolved from nothingness, the answer is it almost certainly started with a smile. When comparing children with and without oral clefts in an experimental setting, with a relatively small sample size, behavior analysis identified some significant differences in patterns of social behavior but not in the ability to express facial emotion.