what are three differences

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What are three differences (3 for each area by comparing them (1 a, b, c; 2 a, b, c; 3 a, b, c)** between the Motor, sensory, and Associated Areas in the brain. Identify two of such areas, and explain their functions (the area) in that region of the brain, and where exactly (the area) is it located in that region of the brain? Section 12.2 Cortex **(1 a-motor, b-sensory, c-associated; 2 a-motor, b-sensory, c-associated; 3 a-motor, b-sensory, c-associated

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Klosevin
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Running head: MOTOR, SENSORY, AND ASSOCIATED AREAS

Motor, sensory, and Associated Areas
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MOTOR, SENSORY, AND ASSOCIATED AREAS

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Motor, sensory, and Associated Areas
Motor
1. a) Found in the frontal lobe of the brain
b) Handles the planning and coordination of voluntary movements.
c) Uses motor neurons to carry electrons of information
Sensory
1. a) Uses sensory neurons to convey information
b) It is found in the region called postcentral gyrus in the parietal lobe
c) Handles the various sensory aspects such as smell, visual senses and touch (Purves,
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