A family at risk: Congenital prosopagnosia, poor face recognition and visuoperceptual deficits within one family

@article{Johnen2014AFA,
  title={A family at risk: Congenital prosopagnosia, poor face recognition and visuoperceptual deficits within one family},
  author={A. Gisela Johnen and Stefan C Schmukle and Judith H{\"u}ttenbrink and Claudia Kischka and Christian Dobel},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2014},
  volume={58},
  pages={52-63}
}
Congenital prosopagnosia (CP) describes a severe face processing impairment despite intact early vision and in the absence of overt brain damage. CP is assumed to be present from birth and often transmitted within families. Previous studies reported conflicting findings regarding associated deficits in nonface visuoperceptual tasks. However, diagnostic criteria for CP significantly differed between studies, impeding conclusions on the heterogeneity of the impairment. Following current… CONTINUE READING
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