Digging into Déjà Vu

@inproceedings{Brown2010DiggingID,
  title={Digging into D{\'e}j{\`a} Vu},
  author={A. S. Brown and E. Marsh},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract The deja vu experience has piqued the interest of philosophers and physicians for over 150 years, and has recently begun to connect to research on fundamental cognitive mechanisms. Following a brief description of the nature of this recognition anomaly, this chapter summarizes findings from several laboratories that are related to this memory phenomenon. In our labs, we have found support for three possible mechanisms that could trigger deja vu. The first is split perception, which… Expand
5 Citations

Figures from this paper

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 51 REFERENCES
Can déjà vu result from similarity to a prior experience? Support for the similarity hypothesis of déjà vu
  • 41
  • Highly Influential
  • PDF
Recognition Memory, Familiarity, and Déjà vu Experiences
  • 32
  • Highly Influential
  • PDF
Psychology
  • 1,603
  • PDF
Creating Illusions of Past Encounter Through Brief Exposure
  • 29
  • PDF
The persistence of erroneous familiarity in an epileptic male: Challenging perceptual theories of déjà vu activation
  • 21
  • Highly Influential
  • PDF
Memory Illusions
  • 250
  • PDF
Creating false memories: Remembering words not presented in lists.
  • 2,870
  • PDF
Déjà Vu in the Laboratory: A Behavioral and Experiential Comparison of Posthypnotic Amnesia and Posthypnotic Familiarity
  • 22
  • PDF
Impaired familiarity with preserved recollection after anterior temporal-lobe resection that spares the hippocampus
  • 311
  • Highly Influential
  • PDF
Inattentional Blindness
  • 509
  • PDF
...
1
2
3
4
5
...