How does the brain knows when and where to store memories—memories such as a car accident? And how does it know whether to place the memories in long-term or short-term memory? Plus doesn't one hypothesis called: long-term potentiation (or LTP) have any basis on how the brain is stimulated by memory? And how do neurons store this information? Like, lets say there is a cell, named Cell A and cell A is repeated multiple times there becomes a connection between the other 'neighbor' Cell B and that cell is stimulated by the other "neighbor" to Cell B and is stimulated through inputs? So they combine to form a memory cell? Is that how the process works?