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area 4
primary motor cortex

rostral to the central sulcus
areas 3, 1, and 2
primary sensory cortex

caudal to the central sulcus
areas 5 and 7
sensory association cortex

directly caudal to the primary sensory cortex (parietal lobe)
area 6
motor association cortex

directly rostral to the primary motor cortex
areas 41 and 42
primary auditory cortex

anterior and posterior transverse gyri of heschle
=transverse temporal gyri
area 22
auditory association cortex

lateral surface of superior temporal gyrus

*wernicke's area is the caudal portion of area 22
area 17
primary visual cortex

cortex on either side of the calcarine fissure in the occipital lobe
area 44 and 45
broca's speech area
=motor speech area

inferior frontal sulcus:
triangular and opercular parts

in proximity to the mouth/lips part of the motor cortex?

in DOMINANT HEMISPHERE
areas 18 & 19
visual association cortex

located dorsal and ventral to area 17 (like a sandwich)

they spread out into the lateral cortex