What it's like to be profoundly face-blind


"It doesn't matter if I know the person: I've walked right past my husband, my own mother, my daughter, my son, without being able to recognize them." — 47-year-old consultant, writer, and part-time EMT, with developmental prosopagnosia. Alexa Tsoulis-Reay interviewed her for Science of Us.

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