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Where are your memories?

Say you went for a walk in the park: you might remember the weather, the person you were with, the conversation you had and the flavour of the ice cream you ate. The information making up this memory would be stored in many parts of your brain - in the areas dealing with sensations of temperature, taste, face recognition and language. Other areas oversee the laying down, storage and retrieval of these memories.


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