Three cases of developmental prosopagnosia from one family: Detailed neuropsychological and psychophysical investigation of face processing

@article{Lee2010ThreeCO,
  title={Three cases of developmental prosopagnosia from one family: Detailed neuropsychological and psychophysical investigation of face processing},
  author={Yunjo Lee and Bradley Duchaine and Hugh R. Wilson and Ken Nakayama},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2010},
  volume={46},
  pages={949-964}
}
A number of reports have documented that developmental prosopagnosia (DP) can run in families, but the locus of the deficits in those cases remains unclear. We investigated the perceptual basis of three cases of DP from one family (67 year-old father FA, and two daughters, 39 year-old D1 and 34 year-old D2) by combining neuropsychological and psychophysical methods. Neuropsychological tests involving natural facial images demonstrated significant face recognition deficits in the three family… CONTINUE READING
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