Scientists Are Conducting Experiments Trying to Give People Déjà Vu in Order to Explain It

Posted on Oct 27, 2016

Déjà vu or the feeling of experiencing something that you think already happened before is a phenomenon that has had both the scientific world and regular people baffled. Now, several experts embarked on the hunt for answers and it seems that some of them are on the right track of reaching the conclusion to this age-old riddle.

1. Psychologist's Insight Into the Phenomenon

Psychologist's Insight Into the Phenomenon
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According to Anne M. Cleary, a Colorado State University psychologist in Fort Collins, "Déjà vu is the striking sense that the present situation feels familiar, alongside the realization that it has to be new. Most commonly, déjà vu occurs with places — people experience a feeling of having been somewhere before, despite knowing that they have never been there."
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