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Frontal Lobes Definition

The frontal lobes lie at the front of the brain. They contain brain structures that are important for executive functions, such as planning, judgment and self-control. The frontal lobes are also involved in motor control, including the ability to form speech.

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by Catherine E. Myers. Copyright © 2006 Memory Loss and the Brain - Artwork copyright © 2000 Ann L. Myers