ALPHABETICAL BRAIN™ VOCABULARY
October 18, 2020

RIGHT HEMISPHERE

    RIGHT PREFRONTAL CORTEX = This region of your brain is in the front part of your RIGHT FRONTAL LOBE on your RIGHT HEMISPHERE, which includes its cerebral cortex cover. It contains billions of neurons and is the specific cause of your ability to perceive reality and be self-aware, including other high-level cognitive functions such as your working memory function that give you the ability to make plans for the future.

    It consists of a cluster of neurons that is the size of a penny located about an inch inside your forehead above your left eye. It is associated with the same kind of cluster of neurons at the tip of the left frontal lobe of your LEFT CEREBRUM in your LEFT HEMISPHERE.
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