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Phonagnosia is an agnosia and is the inability to recognize familiar voices, even though the hearer can understand the words used.[1]


  1. Van Lancker DR, Cummings JL, Kreiman J, Dobkin BH (June 1988). Phonagnosia: a dissociation between familiar and unfamiliar voices. Cortex 24 (2): 195–209.
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