We have all learned the basics of surrogate testing. If the Subject cannot be directly tested, then another person, or Surrogate, touches the subject and it is that person who is actually tested. The results of the test, however, apply to the Subject. Very simple and straight- forward. Or is it?
Wehavealsolearnedtobewarythatthe results we obtain really are from the subject and not due to our own selves. Many of us have learned how to test some muscle(s) of our own, and act as our own surrogate with a subject. If that works, why not the reverse? Could it be that the subject might be a surrogate for us?