Letters; November / December 2010; Scientific American Mind; by Staff Editor; 2 Page(s)
WHERE IS MEMORY, EXACTLY?
In your July/August issue the location of human memory comes up in at least three places.
In Ask the Brains, on page 70, David Smith mentions “the hippocampus, which encodes and stores memories.”
In “The Mechanics of Mind Reading,” on page 56, Daniel Bor writes about “patterns in the part of the brain that stores memories, the hippocampus.”