Following work with Dr Sarah Bate from BU’s Centre for Face Processing Disorders, NHS Choices have formally recognised prosopagnosia (face blindness) as a condition. The ‘Introduction to Prosopagnosia’ can be… »
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A roundtable event at the House of Commons has called for greater public and professional awareness of the condition prosopagnosia, also known as face blindness. The event was hosted by… »
Roundtable discussion in the House of Commons to seek support to establish an All Parliamentary Group on Prosopagnosia.
Assessment and treatment of children and adults with face processing impairments
The work of the Centre for Face Processing Disorders at BU was featured in a documentary on the CBBC channel. My Life: Who Are You? followed 14-year-old Hannah, who has… »
A feature on BU’s research into prosopagnosia was included in The Daily Telegraph. The article, focusing on 14–year–old Hannah Ray*, talks about what living with prosopagnosia is like, while the… »