Scientists have shown how people with a rare disease see faces

During the experiment, the patient looked at a real person in front of him and saw his portrait on the computer screen. The man talked about his visual impressions, noting the differences, and the specialists, in parallel with his story, changed the image, adding the described distortions. As a result, scientists were able to obtain an accurate picture of how a person with RMO perceives the faces of others.

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