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Lecture 10

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Biology
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CAS BI 315
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Eric Widmaier

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Lecture 10 02/20/2014 Frontal Lobe­“Executive” decisions; what to do with your immediate life; concentration. Planning and decision making; better/best; what makes you, you; higher functions; ordered thinking,  working memory; coherence and attention; motor control command center.  Parietal Lobe­receives the most sensory information and monitors the sensory information Understands the information and makes associations; forming a context to what you see and hear; touch  and somatosensory inputs go primarily to the parietal lobe (McGurk effect) Occipital Lobe­visual processing; visual cortex Thalamus routes visual information to the visual cortex so you need the occipital lobe to see, but you need  something to tell you what you’re seeing▯which connects to the other parts of the brain.  Temporal Lobe­primar
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