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Quick Fact Check: Fake Post Claiming Image Created By Japanese Neurologist Determines The State Of Mind Resurfaces

  • By Vishvas News
  • Updated: April 13, 2020

A fake post resurfaces of social media claiming that it has been created by a Japanese neurologist to check a person’s level of stress. When Vishvas News earlier investigated we found that neither the image has been created by a Japanese neurologist nor it checks a person’s level of stress.

Claim

The post doing rounds on social media shared by a user named Roshan Raj reads: This is a still image created by a Japanese Neurologist, Yamamoto. As per the Neurologist, if you find it as a still image, you are healthy, if the image appears to be shaky, you are a little stressed or you have not got a sound sleep during night,  if you find the image circulating, then you are stressed and you need some rest, if you find the image moving fast, you are highly stressed and you need treatment. The archived version of the post can be checked here.

Investigation

Vishvas News started its investigation by checking the viral image through Google Reverse Image tool. And, further investigated by contacted the creator of the image and a neurologist. The complete fact check of the post can be checked here.

When Vishvas News performed the social scanning of the user who shared the viral post, we found that the user named Roshan Raj is based out of Patna.

Conclusion: The Image Created By Japanese Neurologist Determines The State Of Mind Resurfaces

  • Claim Review : Image Created By Japanese Neurologist Determines The State Of Mind
  • Claimed By : FB User: Roshan Raj
  • Fact Check : False
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