Lobes of the Brain

Frontal, parietal, occipital, and temporal. These four lobes of the brain are really quite simple.

The frontal lobe involves memory and problem solving. It is, in theory, the latest evolving.

The parietal is above the temporal and behind the frontal lobe station. It controls both sensory and spatial orientation.

The occipital is the smallest lobe of them all. The primary visual cortex is here for your eyeballs.

The temporal lobe is behind the ears on both sides of the brain. It’s focus is language comprehension to keep your mind sane.

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