Jan 30, 2017
Your cerebellum is a separate part of your brain that sits under the occipital lobe. It is responsible for unconscious motor functions, and is organized differently than the cerebrum. It is packed tightly together in neat folds like an accordion. And it has 3 lobes:
Jan 23, 2017
A brain lesion is a place in the brain that doesn't fire when it should or fires sporadically when it shouldn't. Occipital lobe lesions can lead to hallucinations that range from amorphous to extremely detailed.
Field blindness: a lesion causes the occipital lobe to not translate the information...
Jan 16, 2017
The occipital lobe sits in the back of your head, it directly connects to your eyes.
It sends translated information to the necessary part of the brain...
Jan 9, 2017
Temporal lobe lesions can lead to dyslexia.
Receptive aphasia: can't receive or translate speech meaning
Word deafness: words are only noise
Temporal lobe lesions can also lead to deafness. The ears are fine, but the wires that translate input as sound are damaged. (Possibly what happened to...
Jan 2, 2017
The temporal lobe is located on each side of your head by your ears. It helps you process auditory input and identify sounds.
There is a special area called Wernicke's area. It helps identify the meaning behind speech and vocal tones. This is different from Broca's area, which is just able to...