Face blindness is characterized
by the inability to recognize faces. People with this condition
find it difficult to notice distinguishing facial features, making
it challenging to recognize different peopleasically. Oject blindness
is simply the inability to recognise common objects.
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Blind - Bill Choisser This is a site about face blindness. In
these pages you will learn how most people recognize others and then
how those with face blindness do. Interesting info on how and why
people use vision as a means of emotional and vital survival. You
can also learn ways to deal with the disability. The author of this
page thoroughly covers the subject matter and provides unique reading
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Prosopagnosia Information Page -
Prosopagnosia is a neurological disorder characterized by the inability
to recognize faces. Prosopagnosia is also known as face blindness
or facial agnosia. 4/5
Also called face blindness, is an impairment in the recognition of
faces. It is often accompanied by other types of recognition impairments
(place recognition, car recognition, facial expression of emotion,
etc.) though sometimes it appears to be restricted to facial identity.
Not surprisingly, prosopagnosia can create serious social problems.
Prosopagnosics often have difficulty recognizing family members, close
friends, and even themselves. They often use alternative routes to
recognition, but these routes are not as effective as recognition
via the face. 3/5
(or face blindness) - Refers to a selective difficulty in recognizing
familiar people by their faces. It can be a very debilitating condition,
and severely affected individuals fail to recognize faces of family
members or even themselves.3/5
- Is inability to identify an object using one or more of the senses.
Diagnosis is clinical, often including neuropsychologic testing, with
brain imaging (eg, CT, MRI) to identify the cause. Prognosis depends
on the nature and extent of damage and patient age. There is no specific
treatment, but occupational therapy may help patients compensate.
Information - NINDS - Agnosiainformation page compiled by the
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).4/5
- Is a neuropsychological disorder characterized by the inability
to recognize common objects, persons, or sounds, in the absence of
perceptual disability. 3/5
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