Through another’s eyes: Capgras Syndrome

Through another’s eyes: Capgras Syndrome

Through Another’s Eyes is a video series that explores how different individuals perceive the world. Capgras Syndrome is very rare, but it reminds us how much our brains do behind the scenes, and is a helpful reminder to be patient with others.


For more about Capgras Syndrome:

When a ‘Duplicate’ Family Moves In by Carol W. Berman, M.D. in The New York Times

Seeing Imposters: When Loved Ones Suddenly Aren’t by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich on Radiolab

Kayleen Schreiber

Kayleen Schreiber is a neuroscience PhD candidate at the University of Iowa. She currently studies how our brains process speech. She measures electrical changes produced by the brain to understand how the gender of a talker influences how we hear their speech. Kayleen is passionate about science communication ( Her goal is to teach others about neuroscience to stop the stigma against mental illness.

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