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Our Brain

In 1981 Professor Roger W. Sperry and his research partner were awarded Nobel Prize in Biomedicine for their study on functions of right and left cerebral hemispheres and double brain theory


The neocortex is involved in higher function such as sensory perception, generation of motor commands, spatial responding, conscious thought, and in humans language. The neocortex is flexible and has almost infinite leaning Abilities. The neocortex is also what has enabled human cultures to develop. TFRC percentage (fingerprints scientific value) is the indication of the brain lobes learning capacity and the activeness of particular brain lobes.

Pre-frontal lobes Impulse control, ability to judge social situations, socializations, spontaneity, reasoning, problem solving, planning, Interpersonal skill, leadership, abstract thinking creativity, ability to determine similarities and differences between things or events, emotional functions and is the location of personality and characteristic.

Inferior frontal lobes Logical thinking, problem solving, abstract thinking, language task of math, reasoning, handling words and grammar syntax, visualization, imagination, concepts and ideas formation. Creative thinking and visualization.

Parietal lobes Responsible for spatial awareness and for processing and analyzing sensory stimuli. They play important roles in integrating sensory information form various senses, and in the manipulation of objects; portions of the parietal lobe are involved with visual spatial.

Temporal lobes Responsible for processing auditory information. They distinguish differences in sound, piths and loudness and determine their significance. Short term memory.

Occipital lobes Responsible for processing visual information. They process information about objects, colors, and distance, words, identifies object, sign and symbol.