The Brain: Understanding Neurobiology
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Lesson 1—The Brain: What's Going On in There? student in a classroom

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Analyzing Brain images How Is PET Done? What Does this Part of the Brain Do? Looking at the Human Brain start of page contentDescription of this page
This page illustrates the different areas of the human brain and the activities controlled by each area. Note: The links on each area of the brain do not go anywhere, they only change the appearance of the brain by highlighting it.
The human brain

Move your cursor over the brain to see which part of the brain is used for given activities.



frontal lobe temporal lobe cerebellum brain stem parietal lobe occipital lobe primary motor cortex primary sensory cortex