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Hmm... your theory makes sense - especially how the neurons interconnect afresh and what happens next.
I've wondered if there could be a chemical release (such as aminobutyric acid) that fools the brain into believing it has seen or perceived the current situation, scenario or conversation before.
When do you think the reason someone acted as they did reflects a trait?
Oversimplifying is often ok. Save the subtleties for experts.
Buying experiences doesn't always make you happier than buying objects.
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