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Parts of Cerebrum

Frontal, Parietal, Occiptal, Temporal

QuestionAnswer
What structures make up the Frontal Lobe? PREcentral Gyrus, Speech (Broca) area, Prefrontal (association areas)
What is the function of the Precentral Gyrus and where is it located? primary MOTOR area - motor tracts originate here - Frontal Lobe
What does the speech area do and where is it located? Regulates patterns of Breathing and Vocalization - the Frontal Lobe
What does the Prefrontal area control and where is it located? Social behavior, Problem solving, Time relationships, Foresight, and Judgement - Frontal Lobe
What structure make up the Parietal Lobe? POSTcentral Gyrus, Parietal Association Areas
What are the functions of the Postcentral Gyrus and where is it located? primary SENSORY are involved in the perception of Pain, Touch, Pressure, Temperature - Parietal Lobe
What are the functions of the association areas in the Parietal Lobe? Interprets Shapes, Images, Textures, and Physical Relationships of Body parts - enables the use of WORDS to express THOUGHTS
What structures make up the Temporal Lobe? Auditory areas and Olfactory areas
What is the function of the Auditory area and where is it located? Hearing and Interpretation - Laterally and Superiorly in the Temporal Lobe
What is the function of the Olfactory area and where is it located Smell and Interpretation - Medially in the Temporal Lobe
What is the primary structure in the Occipital Lobe? primary Visual area
what does the Primary Visual Area control and where is it located? Reception of Visual input from eyes, forming Colors, Shapes, and Images; controls Eye Movement - Occipital Lobe
What is Hemispheric Specialization? The theory that states that certain types of information are processed by either one hemisphere of the brain or the other
In terms of Hemispheric Specialization, what is the RIGHT Cerebrum responsible for? Artistic skills and Spacial Relationships
In terms of Hemispheric Specialization, what is the LEFT Cerebrum responsible for? Numerical and Language skills
Created by: kristel387