Chris J A Moulin

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Déjà vu is an infrequent and nebulous mental experience—a mismatch between subjective perceptions of memory and retrieval itself. Relative to other memory errors and illusions, it has not received much attention in scientific works. However, one area where déjá vu has been studied consistently is temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) and in the spirit of Hughlings(More)
Epilepsy is both a disease of the brain and the mind. Here, we present the first of two papers with extended summaries of selected presentations of the Third International Congress on Epilepsy, Brain and Mind (April 3-5, 2014; Brno, Czech Republic). Epilepsy in history and the arts and its relationships with religion were discussed, as were overviews of(More)
INTRODUCTION Déjà vu is typically a transient mental state in which a novel experience feels highly familiar. Although extensively studied in relation to temporal lobe epilepsy as part of simple partial seizures, déjà vu has been less studied in other clinical populations. A recent review of temporal lobe epilepsy suggested a possible link between clinical(More)
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