The left side of the brain controls movement related to language, whereas the right side is responsible for nonverbal tasks. Collectively, the frontal lobes are the part of the brain that is home to our emotional regulat... More »

Symptoms of a brain tumor on the frontal lobe include loss of memory, loss of the senses of smell and vision, changes in behavior and emotion, and reduced mental cognition, according to Mayfield Brain & Spine. The tumor ... More »

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The function of the brain’s frontal lobe includes movement, decision making, problem solving, planning, impulse control, memory and high order functions. The brain’s frontal lobe is one of the four main lobes of the cere... More »

The left side of the brain is generally dominant for language and other logical tasks. This side of the brain is also used for math or various calculations, according to the University of Washington. The left side of the... More »

In general the right side of the brain controls visual and spatial information, while the left controls logic and language, says About.com. However, recent research suggests that both sides of the brain work together and... More »

The left side of your brain controls the muscles on the right side of your body, and it is responsible for language along with logical and mathematical thinking. Meanwhile, the right brain controls the muscles on the lef... More »

The left temporal lobe is primarily the brain's speech and language recognition center, controlling a person's ability to speak, write, and understand verbal and written language. It does not govern the ability to see an... More »