(a) What is the advantage of having a cerebrum that is highly convoluted? (b) What term is used to indicate its grooves? Its outward folds? (c) What groove divides the cerebrum into two hemispheres? (d) What divides the parietal from the frontal lobe? The parietal from the temporal lobe?
(a) What is the advantage of having a cerebrum that is highly convoluted?
The highly convoluted cerebrum allows for more gray matter. This gray matter is found in the superficial layer of the cerebrum called the cerebral cortex. It is the site of much integrated processing and thinking. It is the "seat of intelligence." It provides us ...
The cerebrum (grooves/hemispheres/lobes) is explained and discussed in this solution.