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    The Deja Vu Experience

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    The Deja Vu Experience It has happened to me and it has probably happened to you. It is sudden and quick, leaving you as unexpectedly as it came. While the experience is clear and detailed it is often difficult to recapture. After feeling it, you usually find yourself saying, " Wow, I just had the strangest deja-vu." Through research I have become knowledgeable of interesting facts and causes behind deja vu. Because it is still a puzzling ongoing phenomenon, I hope to give you (my audience)

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    The Deja Vu Experience

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    The Déjà Vu Experience People of all varieties in all parts of the world have reported experiencing déjà vu. According to Art Funkhouser, creator of the Déjà Experience Research website, a variety of people, young and old, both within and outside the U.S.A. have sent him unsolicited accounts of their déjà experiences (Funkhouser, 2014). On his website, he posts these firsthand narratives as a resource for other researchers and so that visitors who have experienced the phenomena may parallel their

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    The Difference Between Deja Vu and Coincidence Déjà vu, this term has been around for quite awhile now, but what exactly does it mean. Many of us use this term in conversation and writing with out knowing the correct meaning of the word, or even what it truly is. The word 'déjà vu' has basically become a cover-all label for any hard to explain occurrences which have an eerie and unexpected recognition, or just someone having trouble identifying the events that seem so strangely and intensely familiar

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    The films Frequency and Déjà vu, each require characters to travel through time to solve a mystery. Frequency was released by New Line Cinema, directed by Gregory Hoblit, is set in Brooklyn, New York in the 20th and 21th century in the future. Déjà vu was produced by a company called Touchstone Pictures, it was directed by Tony Scott, and released November 22, 2006. Even though the movies were six years apart they had different and similar qualities. The movie Frequency is about a father and son

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    Deja Vu

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    Through the corner of my eye, a car surged to a halt at the blinking red light. The breeze collided with my face, what a good feeling it was, cooling my warm skin. In the sweltering heat, a heat as wild as a loose, angered gorilla, I gazed through the tinted matt window, it was difficult to see. I made a picture out of the fuzzy view and saw a glamorous women sat beside a striking man. I looked at the car, with watery eyes, I regretted how I, I could have earned myself a fabulous car like that; it

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    Cause Of Deja Vu

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    a specific situation is called déjà vu (Lewis, 2012). In fact, it literally means “already seen” in French. Various reasons explain the cause of déjà vu. First, researchers have related it to the mismatch in the brain as it seeks to form complete perceptions with only minimal inputs. Our brain takes sensory information from our environment to create a memory. Déjà vu could be mix-up between that sensory input and trying to retrieve a memory. Another theory of déjà vu suggests a glitch between our

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    Definition Of Deja Vu

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    phenomenon of deja vu. Already seen may seem like the definition of déjà vu, but it’s the literal english translation of the French word. A more specific definition of déjà vu could be a feeling of familiarity with an unexplained origin, but déjà vu isn’t nearly this simple, in fact scientists still aren’t entirely in agreeance on how the process works. This uncertainty amongst scientists and researchers can be credited to the unpredictable nature of déjà vu, but the general consensus on déjà vu is it’s

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    Dreams and Déjá Vu

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    dream, a dream that perfectly portrayed with every small detail the exact room you’re now standing in. Sound familiar? This is an experience that is not as rare as most people think. For many, these arbitrary feelings of extreme familiarity, known as déjà vu, come through dreams that some say predict the future. The things that dreams show may not be something at all significant, just a random moment proposed to happen somewhere in the near or far future. There have also been accounts where the dreamer

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    she arrives there the hate for the country tripled and she starts to pick apart the entire place and everywhere she goes. As she moves through the countryside her feelings of hate start to show them self’s in her thought and words. The feeling of deja vu, she has been there before, starts to come in after all of the years of maps and description of the foreign land. Through the use of emotional arguments and social appeal the author, Kincaid, gets the feeling across that she was a victim of England

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    Déjà vu and the Brain

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    UGH! I Just Got the Creepiest Feeling That I Have Been Here Before: Déjà vu and the Brain, Consciousness and Self We have all some experience of a feeling, that comes over us occasionally,, of what we are saying and doing having been said and done before, in a remote time - of our having been surrounded, dim ages ago, by the same faces, objects, and circumstances - of our knowing perfectly what will be said next, as if we suddenly remember it! (Dickens in David Copperfield - chapter 39 (1))

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