A theorem of Kahn, Kalai, and Linial  stated that the average
sensitivity of a Boolean function is equal to the weighted sum of
its Fourier power spectrum. The purpose of this note is to provide
a short proof of this result that is based on a cross correlation
Fourier identity. Furthermore we generalize this to product
distributions and derive an alternative proof of a theorem in .
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