I rarely write or talk about brain anatomy because most of the information about brain anatomy in the public domain is written at a level of detail that makes no sense to brain-injury survivors or their family members. However, I recently found a fantastic 3D model of the brain that describes, in easy to follow language, what each lobe of the brain does and what generally happens when that lobe is damaged.
If you are looking for a doctoral dissertation on brain anatomy, you will not find it at the following link. If you are looking for a quick, easy-to-understand reference, click here.
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If you, or someone you know, is interested in reading about the brain, click the following link to brainline.org.
Thanks to Brainline for writing about a very complicated subject in easy-to-understand words; the software designers, programmers, and graphic designers who made the Brainline site simple and informative; and all the other people who, directly or indirectly, made it possible for me to include the picture and text I used in this post.