Brain and Behavior

The Brain As Mapmaker

What does the frontal cortex map?

The frontal cortex maps the activity of lower areas of the brain as the frontal lobe is richly connected to other brain regions. By coordinating information from so many diverse areas of the brain, the frontal lobe can map both internal and external reality in great detail.


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