Neuroscientists just figured out what causes déjà vu (and it’s not a glitch in The Matrix)

One of the brain scans created by Akira O’Connor as part of his study. Researchers may have finally solved the science behind déjà vu and, no, it’s not a glitch in The Matrix. Déjà vu, for those who haven’t experienced it before (or have you?), refers to the strange sensation that a certain event or experience you have is one you’ve experienced before. Exactly how it works has long been a source of mystery — with one of the main reasons it’s hard to study being just how unpredictable it is. “The frustrating thing about déjà vu is that, while it’s something most people have experienced, it’s something which happens relatively infrequently,” Akira O’Connor, a lecturer in the School of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of St. Andrews in…


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