How does the Human Memory Work?

Complexity at its finest. The act of memorization is a series of events within the body to store information or recall that information. Through our sensory organs we retrieve information and feelings of events, items, or people. We store this information in the cortex. To recall these experiences a series of nerve responses travel a synaptic pathway to recreate the experiences previously stored. Reincarnation of an event so to speak. To find more information click here: