name the part of the forebrain where sensory information is interpreted by putting it together with information already stored in the brain

Asked by  | 25th Sep, 2012, 05:28: PM

Expert Answer:

Forebrain includes cerebrum and hypothalamus. Forebrain has separate sensory areas, motor areas and association areas. The association areas are the areas where sensory information is interpreted by putting together the information from other receptors and the information that is already stored in the brain.

Answered by  | 28th Sep, 2012, 08:35: AM

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