Meet the midstate professor who studies people who recognize every face
Ben Allen, General Assignment Reporter | 10.31.16
What if you could recognize a face you had glanced at maybe once before, some five or six years ago?
Some people have that ability, and they're called super recognizers.
The professor who created the term works right here in the midstate, at Gettysburg College.
Transforming Health's Ben Allen wanted to know more about these super-recognizers, so he caught up with psychology professor Richard Russell.
Published in Body & Mind