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chp 16

regions of cerebral cortex

Somatic Motor Association Area Coordination of learned motor activities. FRONTAL LOBE.
Somatic Sensory Association Area Integrates and interprets sensations concerning size and shape. PARIETAL LOBE.
Visual Association Area Allows for recognition and interpretations of the written word. OCCIPITAL LOBE.
Prefrontal Association Area/Cortex Performs complicated learning and reasoning functions;FRONTAL LOBE integrates sensory info, performance of abstract intellectual functions; frustration, tension, and anxiety generated.
General Interpretive Area- Gnostic Area Ability to understand what she read and heard. PARIETAL and TEMPORAL; usually on LEFT side.
Speech Area- Brocca's speech area Regulates normal speech; FRONTAL LOBE usually on LEFT SIDE
Created by: afogel