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How Common is Face Blindness?

[Source: Science Daily]

As many as 1 in 33 people may meet the criteria for face blindness: 1 in 108 have major prosopagnosia whereas 1 in 47 have mild prosopagnosia.

Face blindness, a mystifying condition that can trick us into believing we recognize people we’ve never met or make us fail to recognize those we have, has been previously estimated to affect between 2 and 2.5 percent of people in the world.

Now, a new study by researchers at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the VA Boston Healthcare System is providing fresh insights into the disorder, suggesting it may be more common than currently believed.

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