Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Impaired holistic coding of facial expression and facial identity in congenital prosopagnosia. Neuropsychol 2011;49:1226-1235.
It gives prosopagnosia some room and explores how such a disease affects a person in their everyday life, how insecure or small they might be prone to feeling, how introverted and private they might tend to be, and how it affects the creation of memories without having visuals as an anchor.
(1994) Prosopagnosia can be associated with damage confined to the right hemisphere--an MRI and PET study and a review of the literature.
As well as recommending tinted lenses as a treatment for prosopagnosia, he gave the lenses to a patient with diplopia following a brain injury.
y colaboradores en el ano 2010, en su articulo "Visual impairment in Alzheimer's disease: a critical review.2010", los resultados de su estudio donde arroja que las disfunciones visuales comunes fueron visuoconstructivas (87.3%), visuoperceptuales (63.6%), agnosia de objetos (47.3%), prosopagnosia (45.5%), alucinacion visual (27.3%) y simultanagnosia (12.7%).
Neuropsychological testing demonstrated objective evidence of a relatively isolated prosopagnosia. See Table 1.
With facial recognition, transient misidentification, abnormal self-identification, Capgras syndrome (denial of a familiar person and identifying them as a replacement, imposter, or double), and in some cases prosopagnosia (disordered recognition of familiar faces) have been described [150].
One such disorder is developmental prosopagnosia -- a condition in which people are born with the inability to recognize familiar faces, even their own, due to the failure of the brain's facial recognition machinery to develop properly.
Jack has prosopagnosia but keeps it secret, and while growing closer, they thoughtfully explore the meanings of identity, acceptance, and overcoming obstacles through alternatively-narrated chapters.
Un fenomeno de naturaleza similar, que puede en algunos casos coexistir con delirio de Capgras, es la prosopagnosia, una alteracion que incapacita al paciente a reconocer visualmente los rostros, tanto de si mismo como de sus familiares (26).
Moreover, there were no signs of prosopagnosia, and the Bells Test revealed no visuospatial dysfunction.
Una persona que recobra la vision despues de un largo periodo, al inicio ve objetos invertidos y le toma tiempo recuperar la habilidad interpretativa; este tipo de bloqueo cognitivo recibe el nombre tecnico de prosopagnosia.