Lobes and functions of the brain - image description

This illustration shows a side view of the cerebrum. The cerebrum is shown as a rounded, irregular shape that is slightly flatter on the underside. It is split into four areas. Each area is shaded a different colour. The largest shaded area is the front section of the cerebrum. This is the frontal lobe. Behind the frontal lobe is a slightly smaller area called the parietal lobe. Behind the frontal and under the parietal lobe is an area called the temporal lobe. The smallest shaded area sits behind the parietal and temporal lobes and is called the occipital lobe.