From the 60 Minutes Archive: Face Blindness

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60 Minutes published this video item, entitled “From the 60 Minutes Archive: Face Blindness” – below is their description.

From 2012, Lesley Stahl reports on a little known condition, called ‘face blindness’ or ‘prosopagnosia’, that prevents people from recognizing faces, even those of family members. Painter Chuck Close was interviewed for the story, he passed away this week at the age of 81.

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The oldest and most-watched newsmagazine on television gets the real story on America’s most prevalent issues. CBS News correspondents contribute segments to each hour-long episode. Topics range from hard news coverage to politics, lifestyle, pop culture, business, health, and science. The correspondents and contributors include Sharyn Alfonsi, Anderson Cooper, Steve Kroft, Lara Logan, Norah O’Donnell, Scott Pelley, Charlie Rose, Lesley Stahl, Jon Wertheim, Oprah Winfrey and Bill Whitaker.

  • Presented by: Lesley Stahl; Scott Pelley; Bill Whitaker; John Dickerson;
  • Original release: September 24, 1968
  • Genre: News magazine
  • Related shows: 60 Minutes (Australia); 48 Hours; Face the Nation; CBS Overnight News
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