☰ In This Section

Prosopagnosia and Visual Cognition Research Lab

official banner image

Participate in Minnesota-based prosopagnosia research.

In the Prosopagnosia and Visual Cognition Lab at Bethel University, Dr. Sherryse Corrow and her students study high-level visual processes—like face recognition—by examining these skills in individuals with visual and cognitive disorders and in typically-developing populations.

Prosopagnosia, sometimes called face blindness, is a disorder in which children or adults experience difficulty recognizing faces of friends, family members, and acquaintances. We work with both adults and children. Our primary goal is to better understand the brain and visual and cognitive disorders through the collaboration of researchers and participants. If you have prosopagnosia or another disorder of face recognition, please contact us.