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    Lobes Of The Brain

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    The Lobes of the Brain and How Each Lobe Functions Kwame Opoku Science Mrs. Loach May 19, 2014 What does the brain control in general? The brain is the control center for all body functions. The brain controls the physical movements, the five senses, and heart rate. Also, the brain controls all of our thinking functions, and how we react to things, and emotions. The brain gives us the ability to speak, imagine new things, and to problem solve. The brain controls the digestion of food

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    Frontal Lobe Syndrome

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    Frontal Lobe Syndrome Although volumetrically the frontal lobes are the largest portion of the brain their function remains somewhat elusive (Jacobs, 2005). Even neuropsychologists have a difficult time creating test that accurately test frontal lobe functioning. We do know however, that the frontal lobes are involved in the storage of memories, concentration, abstract thought, judgment, and self control. The frontal lobe lies directly behind our forehead (NINDS, 2005) It contains the

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    Family Member Perspective and Damage to Temporal Lobe The temporal lobe has several functions. Among these functions are auditory, memory, and emotional tone to sensory input. In these ways temporal lobes allow us to not only hear, but to comprehend what we hear and put it in to the proper context to effectively remember. (Columbia Encyclopedia, 2005) Because of the functions of the temporal lobe, someone who suffers from damage to this area due to either a lesion or tumor can also suffer

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    Damage to the frontal lobe cortex of the brain can cause difficulty in everyday activities. The frontal lobes role in people’s behavior includes executive processes, language, emotional expression and movement. Ryan Godfrey has difficulties in some areas of executive processes due to the damage tumors caused in his brain. Ryan and others with frontal lobe damage can benefit from knowing these deficits by taking steps to reduce their impact. The brain tends to compensate for damaged parts and a faith

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    The Temporal Lobe and its Effects on Language My paper has to due with the duties of a Neuropsychologists when examining damage or abnomalities to the Temporal lobe of the human brain and the various impairments that can happen to language. The temporal lobe is a vital area of the brain for many of the humans abilities such as memory and auditory processing, an also language. The neuropsychologist responsibility is for evaluating problems in this area when dealing with a client and

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    brain control what you do, like the Frontal Lobe. You may also want to know what the Parietal and Occipital Lobes do. After you start to understand what all three of those lobes do you may want to know what the Temporal Lobe does. It is better to understand something than to just forget about it. Do you understand how the brain works? Or what the different parts of the brain are. Well the human brain is split into several section. The Frontal Lobe is the lobe located toward the front of your head. Imagine

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    the Frontal Lobes Table of Contents 1 Introduction_ 3 2 The Structure and Functional Anatomy of the Frontal Lobes 3 2.1 Figure 1. A diagrammatic representation of the brain_ 5 3 Luria’s Model of Brain Function_ 5 4 The Complex Function of Frontal Lobes 6 5 No Longer En-Gage-ing; What Happens When The Frontal Lobes Go Wrong?_ 6 5.1 The Frontal Lobes and Personality 7 5.2 The Frontal Lobes and Executive

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    Jan is a 55 year old female that is employed as an architect with a reputable firm. She uses both computer programs and her own skill to draw plans for structures such as bridges or buildings. One afternoon as Jan began work on a draft of a museum she noticed something strange. For some reason her drawings were not coming out as her originals had. Her windows were not symmetrical; her walls did not meet at the right angle, etc. This puzzled her because she wasn’t doing anything any different

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    moving towards the temporal lobe, steroids were given to reduce cerebral edema. The tumor weakened her left hemisphere causing numbness, followed by more frequent and strange seizures. Her previous seizures were grand mal convulsions, which she had on occasions. Though, her newly characterized seizures involved temporal lobe seizures that caused her not to lose consciousness, instead she would look and feel more dreamy (Sacks, 1985). Furthermore, EEG confirmed the temporal lobe seizures corresponded

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    Temporal Lobe Epilepsy: A Literature Review

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    Christi library through electronic search of temporal lobe epilepsy. Four primary research and one review article were used to complete this literature analysis. The articles discussed are condensed in Table 1. Regarding EI in patients with TLE and patients with extra temporal lobe epilepsy was a case-control study that had three groups. Group 1 consisted of forty patients with TLE. Group 2 consisted of thirty patients with extra temporal lobe epilepsy. Group 3 consisted of thirty healthy control

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