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A woman drops her daughter off in the morning at day care. The daughter happens to spill some paint on her clothes during playtime, so the teacher tells her to change her shirt. At the end of the day, the woman returns to pick up her daughter but cannot find her amongst the children. She patiently waits for the teacher to bring her daughter over to her. This woman has a condition known as prosopagnosia, meaning she cannot recognize faces. People with prosopagnosia rely on non-facial queues to identify people, such as clothing or voice. When the daughter changed her clothes, her mother no longer had a visual clue to identify her daughter. She was forced to rely on the honesty of the teacher to retrieve her daughter. The simple act of recognizing a face is something most people take for granted, but in reality, approximately two percent of the general population suffers from face-blindness known as prosopagnosia.