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Deja Vu Pablo Solis

Why I chosed my topic.

I chosed Deja Vu because it always happens to me and I would love to know more about it, research it and know why and how it works in peoples mind and if we know that everyone would understand why and how it happens.


Deja vu is having the strong sensation that an event or experience or something currently being experienced or happening, has already been experienced or done in the past.

The Brain

What is going on in the brain?
Altruistic impulses are largely instinctive in the brain while deja happens.
The brain also has familiarity of faces or places they have seen before and those that they are seeing for the first time

What parts of the brain are being used?
Some researchers say that déjà vu occurs when there is a mismatch in the brain during its constant attempt to create whole perceptions of our world with very limited input or when the brain thinks to much and it randomly automatticaly remembers something or it thinks it does.

Research & Psychologist

Scientific approaches reject the explanation of deja vu as precognition or prophecy, but it explains it as an anomaly of memory, which creates a distinct impression that an experience is being used again or recalled. A different but related theory states that déjà vu is a fleeting malfunctioning between the long- and short-term circuits in the brain.

Interesting things

  • Déjà vu is a French term that literally means "already seen"
  • It occurs to about 60% through 70% people and around the age of 15 through 25.
  • The fact that it happens so much and fast it makes it hard to study.
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