What is the job of the pariental lobe?
The main job of the parietal lobe is to integrate some sensory information. It processes the sense of touch, assists with vision, and helps with the knowledge of numbers and their relations.
The Pariental Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Brain Stem, Frontal Lobe and Cereblum. The cereblem can help you make desions. The brain stem connects your brain to your head and transports signals to the rest of your body. The frontal lobe is the biggest part and is connected to your eyeballs. Your entire brain is held and protected by clear liquid surrounding it called Cerebrospinal fluid.
It depends on the job and on the extent of the frontal lobe damage. If there's a grocery warehouse in your area, a good job for someone with frontal lobe damage is "lumper"--someone who unloads trucks. There are a lot of state and federal programs to encourage companies to hire people with disabilities, and all the lumper companies I ever dealt with participated in those programs.
The lobe that controls sight is the occipital lobe. The lobe that contorls hearing is the temporal lobe, the lobe that deals with pain, pressure, temperature, touch, and part of taste is the parietal lobe. The lobe that controls consciousness and primary body movements is the frontal lobe. The temporal lobe is said to control smell.
The four lobes of your brain are the frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, and the temporal lobe. The frontal lobe is the lobe that deals with your personality... how your express yourself through language, your motor skills, and how you reason. The parietal lobe deals with your sense of pressure, pain, and what you physically feel. The occipital lobe is the lobe that deals with your sense of sight, and it is what understands…