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Performance of movement
Primary Somatomotor cortex 4
Coordinating movement
Premotor cortex 6
Preparation of movement
Supplemental motor cortex 6
Voluntary movement of the eyes
Frontal eye fields 8
Speech musculature and production of meaningful speech
Motor speech area 44 45
Reactions to situations based on past experiences and judgement and responsibility and personality and emotion
Prefrontal cortex or orbitofrontal cortex 9 10 11 12 46
Perception and localization of proprioception and pressure and pain and temperature
Primary somatosensory cortex 3 2 1
Less discriminative aspects of somatosensory information
Secondary somatosensory cortex 40
Stereogenesis and graphesthesia and memory of somesthetic environment and spatial awareness
somatosensory association cortex 5 7
language comprehension
Language or Wernicke's area 39 40
Language function and auditory reception
Primary auditory cortex 41 42
Interpretation of auditory information and understanding/ formulating coherent speech
Auditory association cortex 22
Visual reception
Primary visual cortex 17
Recognition of objects and perception of colory and depth and complex vision
Visual association cortex 18 19
Reception of odors
primary olfactory cortex 34
Identification of odors
Olfactory association cortex 28
Relaying sensory and motor information to and from the cortex
Corona radiata and internal capsule
Efferent fibers from the hippocampal formation to the hypothalamus
Fornix
Interconnect various regions of the same hemisphere
Association fibers
Interconnect corresponding lobes of the two cerebral hemispheres
commissural fibers
Parts of the corpus callosum
rostrum and genu and body and splenium
Parts of the corpus striatum
caudate nucleus and putamen and globus pallidus
project to regions that connect to lower motor neurons
basal nuclei
Performance of movement
Primary Somatomotor cortex 4
Coordinating movement
Premotor cortex 6
Preparation of movement
Supplemental motor cortex 6
Voluntary movement of the eyes
Frontal eye fields 8
Speech musculature and production of meaningful speech
Motor speech area 44 45
Reactions to situations based on past experiences and judgement and responsibility and personality and emotion
Prefrontal cortex or orbitofrontal cortex 9 10 11 12 46
Perception and localization of proprioception and pressure and pain and temperature
Primary somatosensory cortex 3 2 1
Less discriminative aspects of somatosensory information
Secondary somatosensory cortex 40
Stereogenesis and graphesthesia and memory of somesthetic environment and spatial awareness
somatosensory association cortex 5 7
language comprehension
Language or Wernicke's area 39 40
Language function and auditory reception
Primary auditory cortex 41 42
Interpretation of auditory information and understanding/ formulating coherent speech
Auditory association cortex 22
Visual reception
Primary visual cortex 17
Recognition of objects and perception of colory and depth and complex vision
Visual association cortex 18 19
Reception of odors
primary olfactory cortex 34
Identification of odors
Olfactory association cortex 28
Relaying sensory and motor information to and from the cortex
Corona radiata and internal capsule
Efferent fibers from the hippocampal formation to the hypothalamus
Fornix
Interconnect various regions of the same hemisphere
Association fibers
Interconnect corresponding lobes of the two cerebral hemispheres
commissural fibers
Parts of the corpus callosum
rostrum and genu and body and splenium
Parts of the corpus striatum
caudate nucleus and putamen and globus pallidus
project to regions that connect to lower motor neurons
basal nuclei
Primary Somatomotor cortex 4
Precentral gyrus
Premotor cortex 6
Posterior portion of frontal gyri
Supplemental motor cortex 6
Medial surface of superior frontal gyrus
Frontal eye fields 8
Lateral surface of frontal lobe
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