Déjà vu

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Déjà vu, (French pronunciation: [de.ʒa.vy]) frae French, leeterally "already seen", is the phenomenon o haein the strang sensation that an event or experience currently bein experienced haes already been experienced in the past.[1][2][3][4] Déjà vu is a feelin o familiarity, an déjà vécu (the feelin o haein "already lived throu" something)[5] is a feelin o recollection.[6]

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  2. O'Connor, A. R; Moulin, C. J. A. (2010). "Recognition without identification, erroneous familiarity, and déjà vu". Current Psychiatry Reports. 12: 165–173. doi:10.1007/s11920-010-0119-5. 
  3. Schnider, Armin. (2008). The Confabulating Mind: How the Brain Creates Reality. Oxford University Press. pp. 167-168. ISBN 978-0-19-920675-9
  4. Blom, Jan Dirk. (2010). A Dictionary of Hallucinations. Springer. pp. 132-134. ISBN 978-1-4419-1222-0
  5. Ratliff, E. (02-06-2006). "Déjà Vu, Again and Again". The New York Times
  6. Illman, N. A.; Butler, C. R.; Souchay, C.; Moulin, C. J. A. (2012). "Déjà Experiences in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy". Epilepsy Research and Treatment. 2012: 1–15. doi:10.1155/2012/539567.