Which part of the brain controls body movements and processes information from the sense organs?

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Which part of the brain controls body movements and processes information from the sense organs?

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@Alexthaut Ofcourse, i know it...why don't you share what your answer is ?
never taken brain anatomy before so, no clue
It's a multiple choice question so if you mean what are the answers then here A)Cerebral cortex B)Pons C)Corpus callosum D)Pituitary

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Without clue i could tell you the answer, but how can i know you learned it ?
good question...
Well, i would then know that ___ controls and processes info from sense organs
That means yo have an answer which may or not be wrong, why not say it aloud ?
Because I know it's wrong
well, here it goes
c
it's a guess work.... nvm, why you say C ?
guess work
I know I'm horrible ;~;
I understand you, the way you reply... because i am special of mankind. forget it, can you say the functions of each options ?
A)Cerebral cortex - function-? B)Pons - function-? C)Corpus callosum - function-? D)Pituitary - function-?
1 sec while I go on wikipedia
Take your time...and tag me wen you find them.
ok
Thank you, I appreciate your eagerness to Learn !
Alright, hate me as much as you can because I gave up looking and just googled the answer. And the person who answered said cerebellum...
so now I'm super confused
can you post why he said cerebellum ? and note your answer too...
nope, he gave a link to wikipedia
\(your~Answer~is~option~A\), Can you find its functions Please?
the cerebral cortex said something about being 2 parts, is one of them the cerebellum?
When you give up, you are just same like others but when you try with patience, you are the Leader of the Others. Nope, Cerebral cortex is divided into two hemispheres and four lobes.
oh
ok I got it, the cerebral cortex is the cerebellum's outer layer
that make tons of sense know
Also, The cerebellum (“little brain”) is a structure that is located at the back of the brain, underlying the occipital and temporal lobes of the cerebral cortex. Hope it's clear.
yep that makes this *that* much easier
\(Yes, you~are~right~!\) The cerebral cortex is the cerebrum's (brain) outer layer of neural tissue in humans and other mammals.
ok, thank you!
wait.. \(Learn~and~be~the~Leader.\) \(\Large\rm\color{green}{Nice~to~meet~you~!}\)
just one last, really stupid question
the frontal lobe is the large one if front of the brain right?
never mind, it is

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