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It's a new point of vu.

SCIENTISTS are close to uncovering the mystery of deja vu - the feeling you have witnessed something before, researchers say.

Experiments show the sense that we are reliving a past experience happens because we actually are to some extent.

A team from Colorado State University used photos of furniture in similar layouts in their experiments.

Psychologist Dr Anne Cleary said: "One particular theory of deja vu is it may be a memory process. Features of anew situation may be familiar from some prior sitiation."
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Mar 26, 2009
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