Long-term memory is information encoded in the brain on the time-scale of years. It consists of explicit (declarative) memories that are consciously reportable and depend heavily on the medial temporal lobe and hippocampus and implicit (procedural) memories that are unconscious and depend on the basal ganglia and cerebellum.
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