Finally, let's get to know the major parts of our brain.
The memory of learning new tasks will always be forever "stuck" in our mind. Or I should say "stuck" in the cerebellum, to be accurate. This is because it carries huge amount of information from many other brain and body parts and is made up of memory cells. It is a 2 peach-sized base with folded tissue of the brain. It helps in our movement of muscles and coming data, motor and cognitive actions.
It is the last-most part of the brainstem. Many sensory and motor tracts are located in there. The formation of the cerebellum and reticular also happen there. The reticular formation is very important to our brain. It helps fuctioning respiration and keeping an open air-way for hear rate. If it is in an "intact form", one might die.
frontal lobe -
This is in front of the central sulcus and is where the frontal bone lies. They control our emotions and personalities. They also help in problem solving, memory, language, aggressiveness, judgement, social andd sexual responses.
parietal lobe -
It is located behind the central sulcus, helping is in the sense of touch, positions of our arms and legs, pressure, temperature, pain and stimulation areas. The most dominant function is its ability to recognize places and distinguishing between different things.
temporal lobe -
Its name came from the temporal bone at the temple that is just above the ear canal, below the lateral fissure. It helps with out perception, hearing and memory areas.
occipital lobe -
It is located at the back of the parietal and temporal lobes, or just the head. It contributes to our light and primary visual cortex. One interesting thing to note is that if the left part is damaged, our right side for vision will be impaired and vice versa.
With a very short length of about 2.5am, it has a big matter of fibers that makes a bulge in it "Anterior Aspect". It "sends" messages to the cerebellum during our voluntary activities and helps coordinating muscular motions.
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