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(New page: {{ClinPsy}} Presque vu (from French, meaning "almost seen") is the sensation of being on the brink of an epiphany. Often very disorienting and distracting, presque ...)
 
 
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Presque vu (from French, meaning "almost seen") is the sensation of being on the brink of an [[epiphany (feeling)|epiphany]]. Often very disorienting and distracting, presque vu rarely leads to an actual breakthrough. Frequently, one experiencing presque vu will say that they have something "on the [[Tip of the tongue|tip of their tongue]]."
 
Presque vu (from French, meaning "almost seen") is the sensation of being on the brink of an [[epiphany (feeling)|epiphany]]. Often very disorienting and distracting, presque vu rarely leads to an actual breakthrough. Frequently, one experiencing presque vu will say that they have something "on the [[Tip of the tongue|tip of their tongue]]."
   
Presque vu is often cited by people who suffer from [[epilepsy]] or other seizure-related brain conditions, such as [[temporal lobe lability]].
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Presque vu is often cited by people who suffer from [[epilepsy]] or other seizure-related brain conditions
   
 
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Presque vu (from French, meaning "almost seen") is the sensation of being on the brink of an epiphany. Often very disorienting and distracting, presque vu rarely leads to an actual breakthrough. Frequently, one experiencing presque vu will say that they have something "on the tip of their tongue."

Presque vu is often cited by people who suffer from epilepsy or other seizure-related brain conditions

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