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The primary areas are relatively small in size, but are supplemented with larger, surrounding areas which are essential for the mental abilities that are characteristic of human beings. The neurons of a secondary area analyze, for example, visual information in further detail with respect to shape, color, and size of an object. 2. 2: The cerebral cortex and the four lobes. will, ultimately, integrate the present information with earlier experiences and knowledge. 2 T h e EEG t h e Scalp Electrical A c t i v i t y M e a s u r e d on The collective electrical activity of the cerebral cortex is usually referred to as a rhythm because the measured signals often exhibit oscillatory, repetitive behavior.

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