Scientists Explain Mystery of 'Face Blindness'

Herbert Lindenberger, a retired professor of literature at Stanford University, was picking up his wife from the San Francisco airport after she took a two-week trip to visit their grandchild. Lindenberger stood at the baggage claim carousel staring intently into each face that passed by. He could have been any one of those at the carousel, waiting for that familiar "click" in his brain when he would recognize the face of a loved one and greet her with a hug. But for Lindenberger, that...Full Story
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