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

Glen M. Sizemore gmsizemore2 at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 15 11:17:37 EST 2002


Yup.

"Gordon Couger" <gcouger at NOSPAMprovalue.net> wrote in message
news:Fexu8.52$Cf1.38336 at newsfeed.slurp.net...
> It may not be stored but there are many things I can see almost as clear
as
> if I was there 30 years ago.
>
> Gordon
>
> "Glen M. Sizemore" <gmsizemore2 at yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:3cb815ef$1_4 at news.nntpserver.com...
> > I'll give you an answer that you won't hear too often, that also has the
> > virtue of being correct: the brain does not "store" anything. It is a
> > metaphor, and a bad one. Exposure to an ontogenic environment changes
the
> > brain, and as a result an organism's behavior is changed. The metaphor
has
> > been most damaging.
> >
> > "Odhinn" <odhinn at hushmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:aed65916.0204112347.bc697a4 at posting.google.com...
> > > 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.
> > >
> > > Odhinn
> >
> >
>
>





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