The Cerebrum is the largest area of the brain. It’s made up of two halves or hemispheres. The right cerebral hemisphere controls the left side of the body and the left cerebral hemisphere controls the right side of the body. Each cerebral hemisphere is divided into four areas, known as lobes: the frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobes. Each lobe controls a different range of activities Frontal Lobe – Controls attention, behavior, abstract thinking, problem solving, creative thought, emotion, intellect, initiative, judgment, coordinated movements, muscle movements, smell, physical reactions, and personality. Parietal Lobe -Controls tactile sensation, response to internal stimuli, sensory comprehension, some language, reading, and some visual functions. Temporal lobe – Controls auditory and visual memories, language, some hearing and speech, language, plus some behavior. Occipital Lobe – one of the four lobes of the cerebral hemisphere. It is located in the back of the head and controls vision.