Inducing déjà vu to put premonition to the test

Whether it strikes when you’re visiting a new place that seems oddly familiar, or you feel like you’ve lived through a specific moment before, déjà vu is an eerie feeling. And it only gets weirder when it’s coupled with the feeling that a person can predict what’s about to come next. To investigate the mysterious phenomenon, cognitive psychologist Anne Cleary has developed a technique to induce déjà vu in people, and test whether it really helps them predict the immediate future…
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Brain

Colorado State University

Memory

Psychology

VR

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