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Aphantasia: When the mind sees nothing
 

Aphantasia: When the mind sees nothing

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For most of us, when we close our eyes, our mind is capable of unreeling past scenes and images. Unfortunately, 2% of the population, no image comes to mind as they live with aphantasia.
 
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28 Dec 2016 - General
 
I think I had aphantasia when I was reading medical textbooks for the first time :)) Kidding aside, this is terribly difficult for those with aphantasia because recreating memories and visualizing texts are great part of our daily activities. It woul...
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Most people can readily conjure images inside their head - known as their mind's eye.
Aphantasia is a condition where one does not possess a functioning mind's eye and cannot visualize imagery. Hyperphantasia is the opposite extreme when ...
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