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Prosopagnosia or facial agnosia: blindness of the faces

Content 1 What is Prosopagnosia? 2 Causes of Prosopagnosia 3 Prevalence of Prosopagnosia 4 Difficulties and mechanisms of compensation for prosopagnosics 5 Is there any treatment for Prosopagnosia? What is Prosopagnosia? Prosopagnosia is a neurological disorder characterized by the inability to recognize faces.
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Childhood amnesia or childhood amnesia

Childhood amnesia or childhood amnesia is characterized by the relative absence of memory before 3 or 4 years of age. The term does not refer to the complete absence of memories, but to the relative shortage of memories about childhood. In addition, the limit is variable and can be influenced by both individual experiences and cultural factors.
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The swag cast

A group of thieves stole several gold bars from a bank's safe and when trying to distribute them they realized that by doing so 6 by 6 they had 5 bars left over while distributing them 7 by 7 they were missing 8. how many thieves they were? Solution If there are five bars left in the first cast and after one more is distributed to each one, seven are missing, it means that thirteen more bars have been distributed in the second cast than in the first.
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