Project ID684
DescriptionFace blindness is a neurological condition which is little known but surprisingly common - about 2% of the population have it at a severe level. This talk explains the impact of it on daily and social life for the million people in this country who have the condition and looks at current research by universities.
TopicMedical and Health
TypeU3A-led research (not an SLP)
U3ABexley U3A
Year started2008
Source of referenceGiven at the national U3A Science Seminar in both 2008 and 2012 
OutputNone known
NotesThis talk is available to other U3As