Preskevu: why we can not remember the sound of familiar words?
By analogy with deja vu and jamevu, this state also acquired the French term presque (presque vu, which means “almost seen” in French), and in English it is called “TOT-phenomenon” (that is, “tip of the tongue phenomenon” ) In addition to the strange forgetfulness, this phenomenon is also characterized by increased frustration when a person begins to get upset or even angry with himself, and the degree of this irritation is often completely inadequate for the occasion. This phenomenon has been known for a long time and was first described in the book "Principles of Psychology" by William James in 1890. Since then, scientists have sufficiently studied the phenomenon of prescreen, and found out why this happens. To some extent, the reason for this phenomenon demonstrates the thesis that thought is material. And you will learn more about it, as well as how to deal with it, from the next video, voiced and translated by Vert Dider.