prosopagnosia


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prosopagnosia

[‚präs·ō·pag′nōzh·yə]
(psychology)
The inability to recognize familiar faces.
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26) Due to the close proximity of regions within the brain, patients with cerebral dyschromatopsia present comorbid with prosopagnosia in 72% of cases.
Se distinguen ademas por el caracter altamente selectivo del delirio de Capgras, ausente en la prosopagnosia (Cf.
Stroke can also result in only colour blindness, prosopagnosia or micropsia without there being a total blindness.
Impaired holistic processing of unfamiliar individual faces in acquires prosopagnosia.
Furthermore, prosopagnosia may be caused by abnormalities, damage, or impairment in a part of the brain that helps with facial perception and memory.
Bob Cockshott, 58, has face blindness, or prosopagnosia.
12 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), the study illustrates for the first time how individuals with prosopagnosia, or face blindness, are still able to recognize other people's movements.
Liu YC, Wang AG, Yen MY "Seeing but not identifying": pure alexia coincident with prosopagnosia in occipital arteriovenous malformation.
There's a condition called prosopagnosia which comes from the Greek word 'proso', meaning 'face', and 'agnosia', meaning 'to forget', though in my experience, going on about an obscure quirk in which your brain's facial recognition software is badly wired doesn't make the people you forget feel any better
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We suspect that he is suffering from a rare condition known as prosopagnosia, which is also known as face blindness," an expert said.
Another group includes those with an affliction called face blindness, or prosopagnosia.