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Primary zone of the lateral brain is responsible for what?
Perception
Secondary zone of the lateral brain is responsible for what?
Recognition
Tertiary zone of the lateral brain is responsible for what?
Complex Analysis
Primary zone - somesthetic analyzer location
Postcentral gyrus
Primary zone - visual analyzer location
Occipital gyrus
Primary zone - auditory analyzer location
Transverse temporal gyrus
Primary zone - taste analyzer location
Inferior postcentral gyrus
Primary zone - olfactory analyzer location
Uncus
secondary zone - somesthetic analyzer location
Supramarginal gyrus
Secondary zone - Visual analyzer location
Occipital
Secondary zone - Auditory analyzer location
Superior temporal gyrus
Secondary zone - Taste analyzer location
Insular gyrus
Secondary zone - Olfactory analyzer location
Parahippocampal gyrus
Lesion of the postcentral gyrus would indicate what symptom?
Contralateral Kinesthesia

Contralateral Stereoanesthesia
Lesion of the occiptal cortex of the primary zone would indicate what symptom?
Loss of contralateral visual field
A lesion of the transverse temporal gyrus would indicate what symptom?
Partial loss of hearing
Define agnosia
Inability to recognize
Define apraxia
Inability to perform a motor task
Define aphasia
Inability to either recognize or utilize signs/symbols of COMMUNICATION
Tactile Agnosia (Astereognosis) would indicate a lesion where?
Supramarginal gyrus (either left or right) on contralateral
Define astereoagnosis
Inability to recognize familiar objects by touch on contralateral side.
Auditory agnosia would indicate a lesion where?
Superior temporal gyrus (either left or right)
Visual Agnosia would indicate a lesion where?
Occipital cortex

Non dominant hemisphere
Prosopagnosia defined
Inability to visually recognize familiar faces
Prosopagnosia would indicate a lesion where?
Occipital Cortex
Posterior Temporal cortex
Posterior Parietal cortex

Non dominant hemisphere
Time-space agnosia would indicate a lesion where?
Parietal Association Cortex

Non dominant hemisphere
Asomatognosia defined
Loss of body image on recognition (usually left side)

Sensory extinction
Neglect of left side
Asomatognosia would indicate a lesion where?
Parietal Association cortex

Non dominant hemisphere
A lesion of the right parietal lobe would indicate what type of symptoms?
Constructional apraxia

Neglet of left side
A lesion of the temporal association cortex would indicate what type of symptoms?
1. Uncoupling of visual and auditory association

2. Memory deficit (retrograde amnesia)

3. Impaired visual learning