Cerebral hemispheres: parietal lobe
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Cerebral hemispheres: parietal lobe

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    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    Is Dyslexia and Alexia related somehow?

    Mary M.
    US
    Mary M.

    Somatosensory perception is controlled by what part of the brain and what does this control?

    BANDR G.
    SA
    BANDR G.

    Damage to the left parietal lobe can result in alexia, the loss of the ability to read, or agraphia, the loss of the ability to write. A person's ability to draw is also impaired when the parietal lobe is damaged.

    Linda T S.
    US
    Linda T S.

    Alexia the loss of ability to read and Agraphia the lost of the ability to write and the person's ability to draw is impaired when the parietal lobe is damage.

    Mike L.
    GB
    Mike L.

    Parietal lobe damage can result in alexia ( ability to read ) or agraphia ( ability to write ) Can alexia and agraphia be improved with correct treatment ?

    Gezel F.
    PH
    Gezel F.

    The principal sensory function of the parietal lobe is somatosensory perception where bodily sensation registered.

    Gezel F.
    PH
    Gezel F.

    What is the function of parietal lobe?

    Gezel F.
    PH
    Gezel F.

    How can we survive if parietal lobe is damage?is there anything we can do?

    Douglas R.
    US
    Douglas R.

    Alexia and agraphia if damaged cause some serious harm to educational skills.

    Jihadul I.
    BD
    Jihadul I.

    Damage to the left parietal lobe can result in alexia, the loss of the ability to read, or agraphia, the loss of the ability to write. A person's ability to draw is also impaired when the parietal lobe is damaged.

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