- Created by: HULKSMASH
- Created on: 03-11-19 09:11
Both hemispheres are sub-divided into four lobes which are named after the bones beneath which they lie:
- Frontal lobe- The motor area which controls voluntary movement in the opposite side of teh body. Damage to this area of the brain may result in a loss of control over fine movements.
- Parietal Lobe- In the front is the somatosensory area which is seperated from teh motor area by a 'valley' called central sulcus. Somatosensory area is where sensory information from the skin is represented.
- Occipital lobe- Visual Area or cotex is where each eye sends information from the right visual field to the left visual…