what are the functions of all lobes present in brain?

Asked by Lhavanya Roobini | 4th Dec, 2013, 07:12: PM

Expert Answer:

The cerebrum of the brain is divided into four lobes: Frontal lobe, Parietal lobe, Temporal lobe and Occipital lobe.

Functions of lobes present in brain:

Frontal lobe: Judgment, analytical and critical reasoning, cognition and memory and controlling emotional traits of a person.

Parietal Lobe: Appreciation of basic sensations such as touch, pain, pressure, temperature and various joint movements, discrimination of the intensity of various stimuli like distinguishing warm from hot, responsible for storing data and helps in recognizing common familiar objects placed in our hand without looking at them.

Temporal lobe: Interpreting visual impulses, auditory (sound) sensation and sensation of smell, partly responsible for emotion, memory and speech.

Occipital lobe: Interpreting visual impulses

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 4th Dec, 2013, 07:32: PM

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