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focus zx1 Memory bases [edit | edit source] Today we can say that the memory does not have a single locus. Different brain structures are involved in the acquis Brain ition, storage and retrieval of various information acquired by learning. Short-term memory: It depends on the limbic system, involved in the retention and consolidation of new information. Today it is Brain  also assumed that the temporary consolidation of information involves structures such as the hippocampus, amygdala, entorhinal cortex and parahippocampal gyrus, and then transferred to the association areas of the parietal neocortex and temporal. The pathways arriving and leaving the hippocampus are also important for the study of anatomy memory. Inputs (arriving) are constituted by the fimbriae-fornix via or via perforating. Important projections CA1 to adjacent subiculares cortices are part of the output (exiting) of the hippocampus.


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