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Brain Structures By Adam Michalowsky Cerebrum The Cerebrum is that largest part of the human brain It's divided into four different sections (lobes) They are called the frontal, parietal, occipital, and temporal lobes Some of the functions of the Cerebrum are reasoning, planning, movement, emotions, problem solving, recognition, perception, memory and speech Frontal Lobe The Frontal Lobe is involved in a wide array of processes, such as all of our emotions and our personality When our frontal lobe is damaged, we are never the same Our personalities can be completely changed, just by a simple lesion to the frontal lobe Parietal Lobe Out of all of the Parietal Lobe's functions, its main ones are sensory information retrieval, interpretation, and perception

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