What Does The Parietal Lobe Do?


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The Parietal Lobe controls cognition, pain and touch sensations, speech, visual perception and spatial orientation. It is located behind the central sulcus. The Parietal Lobe is divided into two functional regions. The first one controls sensation and perception, and the second integrating sensory input, mainly with the visual system.

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