How the human brain is different from other animal brains

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How is the human brain unique? Why is our brain size and ability different compared to other animals & what's occurs within the Cerebral Cortex lobes?

The Human Brain: Is our brain the biggest; what are the similarities and differences? What are the four lobes of the cerebral cortex: the Frontal Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Parietal Lobe and the Temporal Lobe, and why is a human cerebral cortex and brain divided into lobes, why are there lobes of the brain, and is our cerebral cortex different from other animals?

Lobes of the Cerebrum's "Cerebral Cortex":

- Frontal Lobe

- Occipital Lobe

- Parietal Lobe

- Temporal Lobe

The cerebellum and brainstem are away from the cerebral cortex, but often included in this list when describing the regions of the Human Brain. Is the human brain different from other animals? How does the human brain compare to other animals, is our brain the largest?? This video aims to answer these questions, and give an insight into the human brain using a REAL brain specimen.

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationYouTube
Publisher Physiology with Dr Christian
Media of outputOnline
Size4:54 min
Publication statusPublished - 25 Oct 2017


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    Moro, C., 2017

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