User:Graeme E. Smith/Verrucae Hippocampi: An early form of Explicit Memory, recycled for use in referencing concepts
An Early Form of Explicit Memory, Recycled for use in Referencing Concepts
Graeme E. Smith, GreySmith Institute of Advanced Studies
Verrucae Hippocampi are wart like protrusions on the surface of the Entorhinal Cortex. Like the Gyrus and Sulcys of the Neorcortex where the Gyri have been claimed to be areas of Explicitly accessible memory surrounded by the sulcys, Allocortical Tissues that are only implicitly accessible, The wart-like protrusions may indicate the boundaries of isolated explicit memory areas based on an early form of explicit memory. In this article I claim that if this is so, the small islands of memory indicated might be declarative elements that reference concepts. Since this is the first time, we have found evidence of a plausible representation for concepts, further research might be in order.
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