Face Blindness,(Prosopagnosia) is the lack of ability to recognise faces. Including people who are very familiar; sometimes even your own face. Today the focus is on Prosopagnosia, more commonly known as ‘Face Blindness’ after brain injury, other causes are also mentioned below. While the cause may be different, the outcome is similar. About Prosopagnosia […]
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