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Motor areas
Primary motor cortex
Premotor cortex
Broca's area
Prefrontal cortex
Sensory areas
Primary somatosensory cortex
Somatosensory association area
Primary visual cortex
Visual association area
Primary auditory complex
Auditory association area
Wernicke's area
Gustatory cortex
Olfactory cortex
Primary motor cortex
controls skilled voluntary movements of the limb and trunk. (Fibers cross during descent)
Premotor cortex
motor association area. Repetitive movements come from here
Broca's area
Control of throat, tongue, and larynx
Prefrontal cortex
Control voluntary movements of the eyes.
Primary somatosensory cortex
Involved with conscious awareness of somatic senses (touch, pain, etc.)
Somatosensory association area
integrates different sensory inputs. More comprehensive about what is being felt
Primary visual cortex
Helps consciously aware what's being viewed
Visual association area
interprets and evaluates visual stimuli relating to past visual experiences
Primary auditory cortex
Where auditory information is interpreted in terms of loudness, rhythm, and pitch
Auditory association area
Interprets sounds such as bang, scream, thunder, etc.
Wernicke's area
Area responsible for recognizing spoken words
Gustatory cortex
Involved in conscious awareness of taste stimuli
Olfactory cortex
Responsible for conscious awareness of smell