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Sensory Cortex Function

THE MOTOR CORTEX-from "The Brain from Top to Bottom". Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources


The thalamus is the gateway to the cerebral cortex; assists with motor control and relaying signals to the cerebellum; and plays a role in memory and emotional responses via the limbic system


Basal ganglia. I like this image because it shows all the different names for the different parts of the basal ganglia, something that's often confusing.


The top image shows the four main sections of the cerebral cortex: the frontal lobe, the parietal lobe, the occipital lobe, and the temporal lobe. Functions such as movement are controlled by the motor cortex, and the sensory cortex receives information on vision, hearing, speech, and other senses. The bottom image shows the location of the brain's major internal structures.


Cerebrum (4 lobes) cerebellum what is the motor cortex and sensory cortex where are they? VOLUNTARY MOVEMENT AND SENSES (TACTILE)


MALE BRAIN Temporal Parietal Junction The place where the temporal lobe (responsible for auditory functioning, memory and speech cognition) and the parietal lobe (responsible for sensory information) meet. It is more active in males, MRI’s have shown. TPJ works to cognitively process emotion, which strengthens their ability to cognitively and analytically find a solution to emotional problems as opposed to empathize – which women are more likely to do, says Louann Brizendine (author of The…