Lobes of the Brain
Frontal Lobe: The Frontal Lobe functions include controlling speech, emotions, and problem-solving. It also controls voluntary movement, intellect and personality.
Parietal Lobe: The Parietal Lobe deals with the senses of the body. It reacts to touch, pressure, temperature, and pain. And another function included with sensory information is the body position in space.
Occipital Lobe: The Occipital Lobe functions include controlling the sense of sight. It also processes the visual sights so that we understand what we're are looking at and can respond accordingly.
Temporal Lobe: The functions of the Temporal Love including sense of hearing, smell, memory, thought and judgment. Because of the temporal lobe we are able to understand language and are able to form sentences to speak.