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LOBES OF THE BRAIN Frontal, Parietal, Occipital and Temporal.

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2 LOBES OF THE BRAIN Frontal, Parietal, Occipital and Temporal

3 Corpus Callosum

4 Location Corpus Callosum

5 Function: Corpus Callosum l A band of nerve fibers that divide the brain into right and left hemispheres. l The C.C. transfers information between hemispheres.

6 Central Fissure- Location CENTRAL FISSURE

7 Central Fissure- Function l An imaginary dividing line that separates the brain into frontal and parietal lobes.

8 Frontal Lobe- Location Frontal Lobe

9 Frontal Lobe - Function lLlLobe responsible for thought processes involving emotion & intuition.

10 Location- Motor Cortex

11 Motor Cortex- Function l Processes the information for voluntary muscle movement. l Works top down and on opposite sides of the body.

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13 The Parietal Lobe Parietal Lobe

14 The Somatosensory Cortex-Location

15 The Somatosensory Cortex-Function

16 Somatosensory Cortex- Function lPlProcesses sensory information from the touch receptors in the body. lHlHeat, Pain, Cold, Sense of Touch

17 The Occipital Lobe- Location Occipital Lobe

18 The Visual Cortex- Function l Process sight information. l You can be “blind” with 20/20 vision

19 The Temporal Lobe- Location Temporal Lobe

20 The Auditory Area l Located at the top of the Temporal Lobe. l The purpose is to pattern incoming sound vibrations.

21 The Auditory Area- Location

22 The Brain- 3D l The Secret Life of the Brain : 3- D Brain Anatomy The Secret Life of the Brain : 3- D Brain Anatomy


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