Prosopagnosia, as we have learned in class, is the disorder when a person can not recognize one face from another. I participated in a test online at faceblind.org to see how well I can recognize faces. The test used your ability to produce a person's name as the measure for whether or not you recognized a face. My results where that I correctly identified, using their name, 24 out of 30 faces. However, I was familiar with 27 out of 30 faces. I just could not remember the names of a few people. Three people I did not recognize at all. According to the test's standards, I scored 89% correct, average being 85% correct. I felt that the test was mostly accurate but there are a few flaws. I am not sure if its fair that a few faces were counted against me because I could not remember the person's name, because I did still recognize their faces. Also, I am not sure if it should be counted against you if you never saw a particular face before. Although, you may have, and that is the point of the test, so the reasoning could go both ways possibly. I finish this post with two thoughts. Is there anything other than names that can justify a person recognizing a face? Also, how many times do you have to see a face for it to be recognizable?