Positioned at the rear of the cerebral cortex Or back of the head 2 The

Positioned at the rear of the cerebral cortex or back

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Positioned at the rear of the cerebral cortex. Or back of the head 2. The occipital lobes is the main centre for visual processing, which includes interpretation of: 1. Colour 2. Shape 3. Distance 4. Located within the occipital lobes is the primary visual cortex. It receives visual input from what part of our human eye? The Retina Temporal lobe 1. The temporal lobes are located where? Located at the sides of the head above the ears 2. The temporal lobes play an important role in: 1. Organizing and combining what we see and hear 2. Language and speech production 3. Memory association and formation 3. These structures of the limbic system are located within the temporal lobes: 1. olfactory cortex 2. amygdala 3. hippocampus
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4. Our temporal lobes are responsible for these functions: 1. Hearing ability and auditory perception. 2. Understanding spoken language and rhythm. 3. Memory acquisition and learning. 4. Some visual perception. 5. Categorization and ordering of objects 6. Speech 7. Emotional responses.
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  • Fall '19
  • temporal lobe, evolutionary primitive brain structure

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