GRE Subject Test: Psychology : Motor Structures & Functions

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Example Question #1 : Motor Structures & Functions

After a severe accident, a client is no longer able to feel his sense of touch. Which of the following parts of his brain most likely received damage that caused his inability to feel?

Possible Answers:

Parietal lobe

Occipital lobe

Frontal lobe

Limbic system

Spinal cord

Correct answer:

Parietal lobe

Explanation:

The parietal lobe is responsible of the sensory integration of taste, temperature, and touch. If someone damages their parietal lobe, then they will experience difficulty with sensory integration.

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