face blindness


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face blindness


face blind, face′-blind′ (fās′blīnd′) adj.
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das principle case is called face blindness "Je ne dirai a [sic] personne que mon pere n'est pas mort.
But unlike his withdrawn character who finds it hard to connect with others due to face blindness, a cognitive disorder that makes him unable to recognize faces, JM reaches out.
The film centers on the rare cognitive disease called face blindness, which renders someone incapable of recognizing a person's face.
In it, Rhian is free-spirited Shana who meets Lio (JM), a man with face blindness, someone who could not recognize and remember faces.
'Kung Paano Siya Nawala' tells the story of a man who struggles to build a relationship because of his face blindness condition.
Combine that with Jasper's face blindness (prosopagnosia) - he can't recognise his own face, let alone his dad's or the other kids' at school - and a supposed murder on his street, and things become rather chaotic.
Combine that with Jasper's face blindness (prosopagnosia) and a supposed murder on his street, and things become rather chaotic.
A dispensing optician who recommended tinted lenses as a 'treatment' for patients with retinitis pigmentosa, brain injury and face blindness has received an order of erasure from the GOC.
He has prosopagnosia--also known as 'face blindness'--and can't recognise anyone's face, not even his own.
Jack is loud, charming and utterly lost, because although he seems like the life and soul, he actually has prosopagnosia (face blindness), meaning he forgets even what his brothers look like.
Edkins challenges the everyday reliance on this body part as an object of truth and knowledge of personhood by analyzing the condition of "prosopagnosia"--the inability to recognize familiar faces, also known as "face blindness".
According to researchers at Stanford University, 'prosopagnosia', or face blindness is an impairment in the recognition of faces that affects 1 in every 50 people.