Chapter about a case of acquired prosopagnosia in a fairly new book

Trouble In Mind: Stories from a Neuropsychologist’s Casebook by New Zealander neurpsychologist Dr Jenni Ogden has a chapter in it about Michael who acquired prospagnosia from damage to the right side of his brain. It appears that this book has an Australian edition and another earlier edition. If you have an interest in face recognition, neuropsychology or prosopagnosia it is probably worth a look.

http://www.amazon.com/Trouble-Mind-Stories-Neuropsychologists-Casebook/dp/0199827001

http://www.jenniogden.com/trouble_in_mind_104472.htm

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