9. Discuss the functions of the four lobes of the human cerebrum or cerebral cortex . The four main lobes are the frontal, temporal, occipital, and the parietal. The frontal lobe is in control of things such as planning, speaking, judging etc. The parietal lobe in control of pain, pressure, temperature, and touch. The occipital lobe allows us to interpret visual information. The temporal lobe deals with sound, understanding, speaking (Green, H. 2014, February 24). 10. How is the function of association cortex differ from the functions of both the motor cortex and the somatosensory cortex ? Your motor cortex is voluntary movement such as “get in the car” “walk to that fence”. The somatosensory cortex processes things like how hot or cold something can be. The association area is related to higher functions like learning, thinking, remembering, etc. Association areas are more subtle than the motor and somatosensory cortex are, they’re related to interpreting things (Green, H. 2014, February 24). 11.
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