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The Nine Parts of the Cerebrum By Bianca Armellino

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Transcript of The Nine Parts of the Cerebrum By Bianca Armellino

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Located behind the motor and sensory cortex, the parietal lobes give us our sense of direction
and keep us from bumping into things. It also contains most of the primary sensory cortex so it does work with our senses too.
By Bianca Armellino
Parietal Lobes
Frontal Lobes
Located at the front of the
brain, behind the forehead,
the frontal lobes are
responsible for organizing,
problem solving, planning,
memory, impulse control
and attention.
The left frontal lobe plays a
large role in speech a big
role in speech and language.


Occipital Lobe
Located at the lower back of
the head, the occipital lobe
contains many regions that
perceive colors and shapes.
It also processes
all visual information.

Motor and Sensory Cortex
Our motor cortex and sensory cortex are located between the frontal and parietal lobes. The motor
cortex controls our movement while our sensory
cortex controls our five senses.
Temporal Lobes
The temporal lobes are located at the
sides of the brain and they are
responsible for acknowledging and
processing sounds, learning and creating
speech, and contains many aspects of
memory
.



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