Why does my body move when I want it to?

Your cerebellum, the second largest part of your brain, coordinates the movement of your muscles and keeps you from tumbling over when you walk. The frontal lobes process your thoughts and speech, as well as learning, emotions, and some types of memory. Your senses of pain, touch, heat, and cold are handled by the parietal lobes behind the frontal lobes. The occipital lobes at the back of the brain decode visual information from our peepers. The temporal lobes, near your temples, process memories and sounds transmitted from your ears. The entire cerebrum is enveloped in a layer of gray matter called the cerebral cortex. Its deeply wrinkled surface packs maximum processing power into the tight quarters of your skull.


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