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A Wrinkle in Time

Déjà vu is random, fleeting, and hard to study. It's a sensation that makes you feel like you've "been there before." Read about this familiar non-memory, as well as real memories, on the tip of the tongue, that strange feeling, and more.
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It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

By David Ludden Ph.D.

Psychologists examine that spooky “been here before” feeling.
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That Strange Feeling

By Anne M. Cleary Ph.D.

New research uses "Piano Puzzlers" to examine the auditory version of deja vu.
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Did I Dream That?

By Patrick McNamara Ph.D.

Our memory systems may preserve most of our dreams.
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Tip of the Tongue

By Anne M. Cleary Ph.D.

Feeling like you're "getting warmer" can keep you curious and mentally engaged.