Can you imagine meeting someone time and time again but not recognising them? Well, that’s exactly what happens when you have face blindness.
Medically known as prosopagnosia, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, suffers from the condition, as do an estimated one in 50 people, although with vary degrees.
Psychologist Mr David White from the University of NSW says of people who have the condition that they have a “specific inability to identify the faces of people they know.”
So what’s it like living with the condition? Find out more at TheAge.com.au