Bradley Duchaine

Dartmouth College

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Researchers at Dartmouth College were investigating the problems of some people who can't recognize their spouses' faces — or even their own.

Face Blindness and 'Super Recognizers'

Researchers at Dartmouth College were investigating the problems of some people who can't recognize their spouses' faces — or even their own.

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