The Role of Subcortical Structures and the Origin of Image Memory
In the origin of the phenomenon of memory in relation to the perception of objects of vital significance, an important role is played not only by cortical regions but also by subcortical structures such as the hypothalamus, the reticular formation, the caudate nucleus, and the cerebellum.
KeywordsCaudate Nucleus Reticular Formation Subcortical Structure Afferent Impulse Vestibular Stimulus
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