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Aphantasia: When Your Mind's Eye Is Blank

Do you think "dog" and see no image of a dog in your head? You may have aphantasia, a phenomenon scientists are still exploring. Learn about aphantasia and read other interesting stories about the brain.

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Aphantasia: When Your Mind's Eye Is Blank

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