Brain lobes and anatomy. Illustration of the main regions (lobes) of the cerebrum (outer part) of the human brain, seen from the side with the facial and spinal bones also shown. The brain regions are the frontal lobe (yellow, upper left), the parietal lobe (green, upper right), the temporal lobe (yellow, centre), and the occipital lobe (blue, far right). The cerebellum is also visible, at the rear base of the brain. The frontal lobe deals with conscious thought. The parietal lobe integrates sensory information and object manipulation. The occipital lobe processes vision. The temporal lobe handles smells, sounds, and complex patterns.
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