How do human brain think and how the brain works?


How do human brain think?
How The Brain Works?

There are lots of medical questions everybody wants to ask but we just never get the chance… until now!

How do human brain  think and how the brain works
How do human brain  think and how the brain works
what are thoughts? This question will keep scientists, doctors and philosophers busy for decades to come. It all depends how you want to define the term ‘thoughts’. Scientists may talk about synapse formation, pattern recognition and cerebral activation in response to a stimulus (seeing an apple and recognizing it). Philosophers, and also many scientists, will argue that a network of neurons cannot possibly explain the many thousands of thoughts and emotions that we must deal with. A sports doctor might state that when you choose to run, you activate a series of well-trodden pathways that lead from your brain to your muscles in less than just a second. There are some specifics we do know though – such as which areas of your brain are responsible for various types of thoughts and decisions.

How The Brain Works?

There are lots of medical questions everybody wants to ask but we just never get the chance… until now!

Frontal lobe The frontal lobe is where your personality is, and where your thoughts and emotions form. Removing this or damaging it can alter your persona.
Premotor cortex The premotor cortex is where some of your movements are coordinated.
Primary motor cortex The primary motor cortex and the primary somatosensory cortex are the areas which receive sensory innervations and then co-ordinate your whole range of movements.
Parietal lobe
The parietal lobe is responsible for your complex sensory system.
 Primary auditory complex The primary auditory complex is right next to the ear and is where you interpret sound waves into meaningful information.
Occipital lobe The occipital lobe is all the way at the back, but it interprets the light signals in your eyes into shapes and patterns.
 Wernicke’s area Wernicke’s area is where you interpret the language you hear, and then you will form a response via Broca’s area.
 Temporal lobe  The temporal lobe decides what to do with sound information and also combines it with visual data.
Broca’s area Broca’s area is where you form complex words and speech patterns.