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What does the cerebrum control?




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C. Perez

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Answered Jul 15, 2019

The cerebrum controls senses, movements, and thoughts. It takes in data from seeing things and other organs, like moving and thinking things. Other controls it has is the ability to control consciousness and voluntary actions. The cerebrum is the most significant part of the brain. It is made of left and right hemispheres.

It also includes many lobes, which also have their functions. One is the occipital lobe, which controls vision. Another lobe is the temporal lobe, which controls how audio is received. Other lobes include the frontal and parietal lobe. There are about 15 billion cells in the cerebrum, and it is the latest to evolve.

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