Layman's question on the biology of Long-term memory.

Odhinn odhinn at
Fri Apr 12 02:47:05 EST 2002

I have gone through a good bit of material on the internet trying to
find the answer to this question:  Where does long-term memory reside
in the brain?  I know the neocortex has a function in forming them,
but where are they stored?  How does the hippocampus figure in?  If a
layman's question is inappropriate for this group, I apologize ahead
of time.


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