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    Arooj Memon Pakistan is the damage to primary motor cortex leads to only eye muscles movement distrubance or it may effect other muscls of body?
    2015-05-22 09:05:05

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    Bitrus Shallangwa Nigeria ok.
    2015-05-02 01:05:48

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    Anadelia De La Cruz Netherlands estoy asombrada de tanta area y diviciones que tiene el cerebro ejemplo lobulo frontal ,lobulo parental,lobulo temporal,y lobulo occipitaly esto cuatros lobulos tienen en particular su diferente funciones en el cerebro que tiene que ver con nuestro centro nervioso en general
    2015-05-01 01:05:37

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    Agnieszka Filipkowska Poland I understood that the frontal lobe is responsible for intelligence. Right?
    2015-04-13 08:04:26

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      FRANCIS OKHIRIA Switzerland What ever, the frontal lobe which is the Broca Areal is responsible for the production of speech.
      2015-05-14 14:05:51
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    mensah jonas Ghana One of the demonstrations of a frontal lobe damage is the reaction with indifference to events that normally elicit an emotional response.Can this damage make someone into a sociopath?
    2015-03-22 15:03:43

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      FRANCIS OKHIRIA Switzerland when a damage that could lead to uncabability control of the eye movement in a fatal stage could "be sociopath.
      2015-05-14 14:05:40
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    Jerry Dabo Nigeria What can cause a damage of the frontal lobe
    2015-03-16 11:03:41

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      FRANCIS OKHIRIA Switzerland Cerebrovascular disease may cause a stroke in the frontal lobe.Tumors such as meningiomas may present with a frontal lobe syndrome.Frontal lobe impairment is also a feature of Alzheimer`s disease. frontotemporal dementia and pick disease.
      2015-05-14 14:05:46
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      FRANCIS OKHIRIA Switzerland Stress, closed head injuries from fatal accident, cerebrovascular disease, excessive use of drugs and alchohol.
      2015-05-14 14:05:23
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    George Cristian Constantin Romania What happens when a person conciousness is not awake and all the abilities like planning, changing strategies, self awareness. s.o. are affected ? The enviroment and self esteem are two major points that leave people in ignorance toward the real problems of humanity.
    2015-03-15 07:03:17

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      Virginia Ibarra Y Medina Mexico As i can see it that unconciousness should only ocur when a persona is in an alteren state of mind due to meditaciĆ³n, drogas or alcohol or a vascular accident which Leads to an impossibility to function normally.
      2015-03-19 13:03:46
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    Mike Lees United Kingdom Any damage to frontal lobe affects movement, and seems to affect ability to apply rational/logicalresponses. Damage to brocas area affects speech. When damage occurs to either of these areas does the ability to self repair exist?
    2015-02-24 13:02:37

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    hope mooso United States of America The frontal, parietal occipital and temporal lobes all have distinctive roles and responsibility. This means that, it leads to! Lost of memory to some extent
    2015-01-25 23:01:39

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    Stephen Diya Nigeria is a language area related to grammar and pronunciation
    2015-01-19 15:01:29

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    Amrita Bhagan Trinidad and Tobago the functions of the four lobes of the cerebral cortex control motor, somatosensory, visual and auditory processing in humans
    2015-01-19 14:01:44

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    Uwenni Henry Johnbull Nigeria In other words, the frontal lobe is responsible for intelligence.
    2015-01-16 19:01:50

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    OLATUNJI Femi Nigeria Damage to this may also cause slow in response to stimuli
    2015-01-11 12:01:41

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    Nelson Torh United States of America Patients with frontal lobe damaged demonstrate the following 1. Slow of thought and behavior 2.loss of self awareness 3.changes in emotional reaction 4.deficiency in planning 5.loss of sppontaneity
    2015-01-06 22:01:51

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    Mathew Emmanuel Nigeria The cerebral cortex functions of the four lobes is to control motor, somatosensory, visual and auditory processing in human. Frontal lobe is also related to more complex behaviours, broca's area is located just below and ahead of the primary motor cortex
    2014-12-27 14:12:16

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    Ki Ki Pakistan Ohh...eye movements.. right
    2014-12-23 08:12:31

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    Gupta Ashok India Cerebral Cortex main functions are Control Motor, Sensory, Visual and auditory functions. Frontal Lobe behind the Cerebral Cortex controls body muscles. Frontal lobe is responsible for complex behaviour like emotions, self awareness thinking etc.,
    2014-12-22 11:12:56

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    Heather Fenske United States of America The frontal, parietal occipital and temporal lobes all have distinct roles and responsibilities.
    2014-12-21 13:12:40

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    Shamily Joseph India getting 'stuck' on tasks and repeating the same wrong answers over and over they have difficulty changing strategies
    2014-12-16 14:12:07

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    Elizabeth Robillard United Kingdom could overuse of sedatives/tranquillisers also produce the effects of such damage?
    2014-12-10 09:12:19

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