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Will71
post Dec 19, 2012, 08:08 AM
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I have a problem whereby I find it difficult to remember people, even people that I met just a week or a month ago. Conversely I can recognise a face from a movie that I saw 30 years ago by what they look like now and can then verify that this is the case.
I believe that there is a blockage somewhere in the emotional filters of my brain, allowing me to recognise a character that has little or no emotional significance for me, but falters when it is a person that I have met and consequently have developed layered emotions which are stored interconnectedly with that face.
I have gone through various phases of guilt etc. about this, but would like to know if anyone knows of any research or analysis on this area so I can better understand the mechanism.
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