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Brain Function. How does it operate?

Outer Brain


  • Prefrontal Cortex: Judgement, forethought, planning, and impulse control

  • Temporal Lobes: Memory, mood stability, and temper issues.

  • Parietal Lobes: Sensory processing and direction sense

  • Occipital Lobes: Vision and visual processing

  • Cerebellum: Motor and thought coordination, processing speed, and judgment

  • Basal Ganglia: Integrates thoughts, feelings, and movements, involved with pleasure


Inner Brain


  • Prefrontal Cortex: Judgement, forethought, planning, and impulse control

  • Anterior Cingulate Gyrus: Shifting attention

  • Parietal Lobes: Sensory processing and direction sense

  • Occipital Lobes: Vision and visual processing

  • Amygdala & Limbic Areas: Sets emotional tone, involved with mood and bonding


Right Brain


  • Creativity

  • Problem Solving

  • Emotions

  • Intuitive

  • Imaginative

  • Innovative


Left Brain

  • Analytical

  • Verbal

  • Orderly

  • Digital

  • Reading & Writing

  • Computations

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