anosognosic

a·no·sog·no·sic

(ă-nō'sog-nō'sik),
Relating to anosognosia.

a·no·sog·no·sic

(ă-nō'sōg-nō'sik)
Relating to anosognosia.

anosognosia

(a-no?sog-no'ze-a, zha) [ ¹an- + noso- + Gr. gnosis, knowledge + -ia]
The apparent denial or unawareness of one's own neurological defect. anosognosic (-no'zik), adjective

visual anosognosia

A neurological syndrome in which patients who cannot see deny that they are blind. An excuse such as “I lost my glasses” may be offered. The lesion is in the visual association areas of the cortex of the brain. Synonym: Anton's syndrome
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"The Anosognosic's Dilemma: Something's Wrong but You'll Never Know What It Is (Part 1)." New York Times, 2010.
We only really need to be smart enough to survive until we can reproduce ("The Anosognosic's Dilemma," Earl Morris, The New York Times, June 20, 2010; web, Oct.
Additionally, eating disorders, especially anorexia, are "anosognosic"--the affected individual is unable to appreciate that he or she is ill, or how ill (Bruch, 1978; Snell et al., 2010).