Unformatted text preview: 1.2. When stimulating specific body parts they move on the opposite side of the brain. 1.3. The brain has no sensory receptors. 1.4. The body parts that require the most control have larger surface areas Penfield’s Sensory Map. 1.5. Sensory Functions 1.6. The area parallel to the motor cortex and behind it at the front of the parietal lobes is the sensory cortex. 1.7. Sounds are processed by the auditory areas in the temporal lobes. 2. Association Areas 2.1. Association Areas are the areas of the cerebral cortex that are not involved in primary motor or sensory functions. 2.2. Electrically probing the association areas doesn’t trigger any observable response. 2.3. The association areas are not dormant. 2.4. The association areas interpret, integrate, and act on information processed by the sensory areas....
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- Fall '08
- Psychology, Parietal Lobes, association areas, temporal lobes