Describe the behaviors controlled by each lobe of the brain.
There are four lobes in the human brain. They are the frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobes. Each is responsible for different brain functions.
The frontal lobe controls reasoning capabilities, motor skills, higher levels of thinking, problem solving, speech (and parts of speech), and the keeping or storing of memories. It also deals with feelings and "other aspects of personality." It is also responsible for things such as planning and awareness. Damage to this area can cause...
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