Diagram of Brain

The CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES shown in this diagram of brain are divided into four lobes that carry out specialized functions.

The frontal lobes make up the "command center," concerned with decision making and other executive tasks; the occipital lobes process vision; the parietal lobes analyze sensation; the temporal lobes are responsible for hearing, understanding speech and forming an integrated sense of self.

SENSATION AND MOVEMENT are processed in the sensory and motor areas of the hemispheres and are located in close proximity to each other.

The view in the lower brain picture shows how both the sensory and motor areas are organized so that the largest percentages of neurons are given over to those parts of the body used most frequently. Thus the hand and finger areas command large amounts of space compared to leg or trunk.

diagram of the brain by Tim Peters and Company and PBS

This diagram of brain is made possible by the courtesy of
Tim Peters and Company,Inc Peapack, NJ 07977 USA
Copyright www.timpetersandcompany.com
and PBS www.pbs.org/brain

May your Brain be nimble brain be quick.
Quicker than lightning...never missing a trick!


Gene Millen and Bernie Millen, your hosts on the Brain Be Quick websitePictured on the left is a 2012 photo of Gene Millen and his wife and best friend Bernie, your hosts on this journey to a quicker sharper brain.

His experience in exercise for the brain includes working with people in the Vital Life Center, a health and wellness club for the "over 50 crowd for 11 years.

For 6 years he also served as Fitness Director of a continuing care facility in the San Joaquin Valley of California, frequently working with residents who have dementia and early Alzheimer's disease.


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Quicker than lightning...never missing a trick!

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