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How are spatial memories stored?
« on: 27/01/2010 10:59:40 »
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Re: How are spatial memories stored?
« Reply #1 on: 03/03/2010 15:14:29 »
It's a little like a gyroscope then? When it change its equilibrium due to a course change you get a equivalent system of synapses firing, or? And then there must be somewhere this information is stored, right? Together with what, visual impressions, smells, and time too perhaps?
 

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Re: How are spatial memories stored?
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