which part of the brain controls voluntary actions?

Asked by sakshi.eashan | 27th Sep, 2008, 05:25: PM

Expert Answer:

The forebrain is mainly involved in the controlling of voluntary actions. The cerebrum of forebrain controls all the voluntary actions. In addition the cerebellum is concerned with the voluntary muscle movements.

Answered by  | 27th Sep, 2008, 05:34: PM

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