BBC News: Aphantasia: ‘I can’t visualise my own children’
Written by cur10s on
I never would have imagined this…er…wait…
Worth being aware of, if it is as common as 2% prevalence. And apparently, many who suffer from this are not aware of it.
Aphantasia: ‘I can’t visualise my own children’Two in every 100 people have no ability to visualise images in their own heads – because of a condition called aphantasia.
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