Deja Vu, the "already seen"
By: Landry Turner
Why I chose Deja Vu
DÉJÀ VU- "Already Seen"
What is Deja Vu?
The Brain during Deja Vu
Over the years, scientists have blamed our temporal lobe as what can create deja vu. Researchers also found that the synchronized neural firing between the rhinal cortices and the hippocampus can induce deja vu.
As expected, theres many interesting theories have over deja vu. Some people believe that deja vu occurs when two universes become one. Then theres others who believe deja vu is involved with time travel or the thought that they might be psychic.
Research and Experiments
A psychologist named Anne M. Cleary studies deja vu, and even wrote a book about her recent findings over it called "Current Directions in Psychological Science".
-As much as 70 percent of the population has experienced Deja Vu.
-Deja Vu usually occurs in people ages 15-25 than any other age group.
-Many parapsychologists believe deja vu is related to past-life experiences.
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