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Cognitive impairment can reduce the person's ability to recognize another?
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Dr. Edward Smith
Neurology
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Yes. Lack of recognition can be for different aspects such as facial, recognition of vocal quality, or unawareness of relationships of one person to the other. Yet lack of recognition is not a universal symptom of cognitive impairment.

In brief: Mirror, mirror
Yes. Lack of recognition can be for different aspects such as facial, recognition of vocal quality, or unawareness of relationships of one person to the other. Yet lack of recognition is not a universal symptom of cognitive impairment.
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