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Someone help me...I am studying for a final! My question is...You are looking out a window and you notice the trees begin to move and the ground seems to roll...you realize that this is an earthquake and quickly find cover under a table.....explain the sequnce of processing in the brain starting from your visual perceptions and ending with the final behavior. I am having trouble finding where are long term memories (such as those that told us it was an earthquake) are stored and how that works...
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You could look at these websites.

http://faculty.washington.edu/wcalvin/LEM/LEMch6.htm
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/sciadvances/0008.cfm
http://www.tcjc.cc.tx.us/campus_ne/f...rooks/ch6.html
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