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Transcript of Deja´vu
Psychoanalysts believe that is the result of daydreams, fantasies unconscious person.
It isn´t a fact that happens by chance, but is usually associated with something of importance to the person.
we dreamed a situation and when it happens its something that we really known. Emile Boirac was a French psychic researcher
who was the first to use the term déjà vu. Types of Déja Vu:
These experiences resulted from repressed desires
or memories related to a stressful event that people
could no longer access as regular memory Déjà vécu (what the individual feels he lived)
Experience that included more than the naked eye, The sensation included a lot of details, receiving everything is exactly as it was before. Have you ever felt that you already lived an
experience that you do on your daily basics? An important distinction is that déjà vu is experienced during an event, not before.
Is an experience that affects mainly young people whose age ranges between 15 and 25.
Hallucinations that are brought on by illness or drugs sometimes are confused with déjà vu. IMPORTANT STUFF True déjà vu, typically lasts from 10 to 30 seconds.
The 80% of people have ever had this feeling.
It breaks the chronological order we are used to follow. Suddenly the present becomes past.
In the brain are activated by mistake neuronal circuits responsible for the sensation of memories.
There are people with chronic déjà vu, absolutely everything perceived as its already happened. MORE STUFF DEFINITION Medial temporal lobe is involved in our conscious memory.
Within the medial temporal lobe are the parahippocampal gyrus, the rhinal cortex and the amygdala.
John Gabrieli found in 1997 that the hippocampus enables us to consciously recall events.
He also found that the parahippocampal gyrus enables us to determine what's familiar and what isn't . How it works in our brain SHORT FILM
DEJA VU More types of Déja Vu: Déjà senti (something the person already felt, though not part of his memory).
This phenomenon refers to something "as felt"
It is exclusively a mental event and does not remain in the memory of the person The last type Déjà visité "already visited
Has to do with geography and spatial relationships.
Knowledge of a strange new place