The Parietal Lobe is located at the top backside of the head. It is part of the brain that According to, “Anatomy of the Brain,” consists of five main functions which are as follows, “Cognition (awareness), Information processing, pain and touch perception, speech, and spatial orientation.” One other function of the parietal lobe is memory.
If the parietal lobe is damaged on the left side one will experience trouble with their writing, math, and language skills. If there is damage to the right side of the brain it will affect everything thing you do in the morning like getting dressed or brushing your teeth.

Work Cited:
Parietal Lobes (2006). Retrieved November 6, 2008, from http://www.neuroskills.com/tbi/bparieta.shtml.

Biology, A. (200). Anatomy of the brain. Retrieved November 6, 2008, from http://biology.about.com/library/organs/brain/blparietallobe.htm.


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